Bioiberica celebrates 25th anniversary

Published: 29-Jan-2024

Bioiberica honours the occasion and reaffirms the company's commitment to sustainability

Bioiberica, a global life science company committed to improving the health and well-being of people, animals and plants, is gearing up to commemorate its 25th year in the global animal health and nutrition sector.

The milestone reinforces Bioiberica’s position as a long-standing and trusted partner in the field. The company will kick off its year-long anniversary celebrations at the International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) – the world’s largest annual poultry and egg, meat and animal food industry event.
Through customer and trade events, including IPPE in Atlanta, plus Interzoo and Eurotier in Germany, Bioiberica will acknowledge 25 years of advancements in the animal health arena – highlighting how its expertise and contributions to scientific research have progressed the industry.

Victor Beneito, Animal Nutrition Business Unit Director at Bioiberica, reflects: “We take immense pride in the contributions we’ve made to support our partners in animal health and nutrition. One highlight has been the discovery of bioactive peptides in our Palbio proteins – which promote intestinal cell proliferation and positively modulate microbiome composition; explaining the direct impact this product has on animal health and performance.”
The company’s flagship solutions, Palbio hydrolysed proteins and Nucleoforce free nucleotides, both demonstrate a commitment to animal wellness beyond nutrition.

Palbio is a protein source that supports intestinal and immune health in young livestock; improving production parameters. Nucleoforce targets immunity and intestinal health by delivering a high concentration of nucleotides, specifically balanced and designed for each animal species.
As Bioiberica looks to the future of animal nutrition and wider world of life sciences, sustainability is top of the agenda. Demonstrating its pledge to innovate within the realms of One Health – a philosophy that seeks to advance health while protecting the world we live in – Bioiberica has set a series of targets.

They include reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 30% before 2030 and achieving climate neutrality by 2050; initiatives that will be supported by the company’s circular economy model and ability to monitor (and adjust) its sustainability KPIs.
Xavier Garcia Director – Animal Health and Plant Health Business Units at Bioiberica, says: “We’re really excited about the future of animal health and our part in it. Aside from the aspiring sustainability goals we’ve set ourselves; we continue to invest heavily in research and product development to break down barriers to progress and elevate our offering to the market. We already have some interesting scientific studies underway that are set to complete this year, and plans to expand our Nucleoforce portfolio and pet food line – so watch this space for updates!”  

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