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One type produce lactic acid from lactose and for that reason are called acidifiers, while the other type make substances with aroma and flavour and have been named aromatizers.
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Mixed cultures containing only streptococcus without aromatizers with firm structure acidifiers (lactis and cremoris)
With its strength in R&D and science-based solutions, BIOMIN carries one of the industry's foremost brands for acidifiers, probiotics and phytogenic feed additives.
Sales of feed acidifiers are expected to increase, particularly in Europe due to ban.
Further, ban on animal feed antibiotics has thrown the spotlight on acidifiers as one of the next most feasible and functional alternative.
Scientific, technical and commercial support to the sales people of Kemin and of our customers at field/farm level, for primarily, enzymes, absorption enhancers, acidifiers and active microbials.
Global potential for animal feed acidifiers and other health products for animals are on rise due to higher demand for top quality poultry, pork and beef.
The future is also expected to witness high sales of acidifiers that are protected through coatings or encapsulation than normal feed acidifiers.
Application of feed acidifiers in other species of livestock such as poultry and cattle is currently in the experimental stage and is likely to emerge into an indispensable feed ingredient for all classes of animal species, given the market's shift from pharmaceutical products to natural feed and hygiene management.
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