Read the latest news from our world of probiotics for dietary supplements and infant formula.
To further strengthen its probiotics offering Chr. Hansen acquires LGG®, the world’s best documented probiotic strain, from Valio OY
Natural solutions that advance human health are in high demand and the expected growth for microbial solutions in this industry is 7-9%. Chr. Hansen is the world’s leading supplier of probiotics to dietary supplements, infant formula and dairy, and through the acquisition of the LGG® business, the company is now further strengthening its microbial platform across all three categories.
Chr. Hansen presents new probiotics research at IPC 2016
At the upcoming IPC, 21-23 June 2016 in Budapest in Hungary, Senior Principal Scientist Thomas D. Leser at Human Health Discovery will be presenting a poster on some of our latest probiotics research.
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Hear Eric Johansen talk about Bifidobacterium (BB-12®)
The BB-12® probiotic strain was introduced to the market in 1985. Today approx. 200 million people eat products, containing this particular probiotic strain. Eric Johansen is Associate Vice President, Science, at Chr. Hansen.
Chr. Hansen enters first collaboration on production of a next generation probiotic from the Human Microbiome
Today, Chr. Hansen and Caelus Health announce their collaboration on the development of Eubacterium hallii as a next generation probiotic for prevention and treatment of metabolic disease.
One of the world's largest clinical studies on probiotics reinforces significant gastrointestinal benefits of the probiotic strain named BB-12®
Millions of people around the world suffer from a range of gastrointestinal symptoms. Results from one of the world’s largest clinical studies on probiotics now show that the probiotic strain named BB-12® can be part of the solution by improving bowel regularity.
New study confirms presence of bifidobacteria and lactobacilli in breast milk from Chinese mothers
A study initiated by Chr. Hansen has shown that bifidobacteria and lactobacilli are present in breast milk from Chinese mothers, strengthening the case for adding clinically documented probiotics to infant formula, in order to improve nutrition.
Chr. Hansen accelerates efforts within human microbiome
Establishes a new research and development consortium and secures access and commercialization rights to an important resource of strains