To grow probiotic microorganisms, we have our own collection of strains and extensive experience developing and optimising advanced fermentation processes. It is also possible to isolate potentially probiotic micro-organisms from different sources and to perform a functional screening of their activity.
We complement the development of probiotic microorganisms with adaptation techniques such as microencapsulation. This allows us to protect the base microorganisms from industrial processing conditions and their subsequent gastrointestinal resistance once they are consumed.
To demonstrate the scientific evidence of their health effect, we use proprietary in vitro technology equipment which enables us to evaluate the gastrointestinal resistance of probiotics as well as the modulation of the intestinal microbiota. We have our in vitro dynamic digester, colonic fermentation digester and cell models to evaluate intestinal transport and functionality. In addition, we collaborate with specialised hospitals to develop clinical trials.
We develop commercially differentiated probiotics with proven functionalities, ready to be incorporated into a food matrix.