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LycoRed enters infant formula market

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

LycoRed announces Nov. 20 the launch of a line of "advanced oily blends featuring proprietary fatty acid premixes" designed for use in infant formula. The oily blend contains a "custom made composition of long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids and other oily soluble ingredients," the firm says. Product manufacturing will be at LycoRed's "new specialized lipid formulation facility" in the UK, the firm says. LycoRed Managing Director Peter Gallagher says, "Our goal is to penetrate this market with hot, new lipids that will allow manufacturers to create healthy and cutting-edge products. Investment in our premix facilities is the cornerstone of our strategy." LycoRed is the "leading European manufacturer for innovative premixes" and entered the U.S. premix market in July, according to a release...

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