LycoRed receives full approval for China premix operation in China

Monday, 17 September, 2012


LycoRed has received full approval for its new premix plant in Changzhou, China, which is said to be one of the largest premix factories in Asia. The new site is now fully operational and will serve processors of infant formula, beverages, baby food and other food products in the Asia-Pacific region.

“We recently received our Halal MUI certificate for our new vitamins D3, E and K1 formulations,” said Ilan Ron, LycoRed’s Vice President of Sales & Marketing. “These vitamins are made with a proprietary spray-drying process to ensure complete solubility of vitamins. They can be used in premixes for infant formula and baby food, as well as in dry blends for beverages.

“Our formulations are manufactured under the most stringent specifications in the market for delivering the safest premixes. We are proud to have received all necessary certifications and can ensure our customers will receive the highest quality blends possible.”

The company also recently appointed Jason Foo as Sales and Business Development Manager, covering Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines.

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