28th April 2016Back
Biocatalysts Ltd will be exhibiting at the IFT Annual Meeting & Food Expo, 17th – 19th July 16, Chicago, IL. Over 23,000 top food science and technology professionals will visit the show where they will find Biocatalysts at booth 3635 showcasing their capabilities in commercial enzyme development and manufacturing.
Biocatalysts offer both off-the-shelf enzyme products and a Customised Enzyme Discovery, Development and Manufacturing Service. Spanning across a vast array of applications within the food industry, from protein hydrolysis to flavour generation in enzyme modified cheese, their standard products offer many benefits to food and food ingredients manufacturers. One such example would be for vanilla extraction. This year’s crop of vanilla beans in Madagascar has been low, leaving flavour houses struggling with supply issues. Depol™ 40L can help with this problem, with users expecting a significant increase in yield (normally around 2-4 fold) and quality when compared to the usual curing process.
Standard enzyme products don’t suit all, especially when trying to create a unique product with competitive advantage. This is where Biocatalysts’ Customised Enzyme Discovery, Development and Manufacturing Service comes in, taking a bespoke enzyme from concept through to commercial scale manufacture in under 12 months. Biocatalysts believe that their commercial approach to enzyme development and production is truly distinguishable due to the enzymes being designed with large scale commercial manufacture in mind. Therefore, factors such as enzyme stability, regulatory compliance and logistics are considered from the off. Currently, we’re the only company to offer this unique service.
Whether you are looking to use a standard enzyme product in your process or develop a bespoke and exclusive enzyme tailored to your needs, Biocatalysts is your one stop shop for enzyme solutions.
For further information or to arrange a meeting at the show with one of our technical sales team please contact Biocatalysts on firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively visit the website www.biocatalysts.com.