Introduction of Phytobiotics new Plexomin® at IPPE
Phytobiotics had an outstanding presence at the 2019 IPPE in Atlanta, Georgia, USA with the launching of the new Plexomin® Organic Trace Minerals line and the presenting of the latest findings behind Sangrovit® at the International Poultry Scientific Forum (IPSF).
Phytobiotics, now a 19-year-old company, was represented at IPPE by the North American and Latin American teams, as well as key scientists and leaders globally.
Meghan Schwartz, North American Poultry Technical Service Nutritionist, presented the latest findings of Sangrovit®, an alkaloid-based product, derived from the extract of the Papaveraceae plant Macleaya cordata, proven to provide optimal maintenance of feed intake, leading to improved feed efficiency and gut health.
Bruce King, Managing Partner of Phytobiotics North America, LLC said, “Dr. Schwartz’s presentation and the successful launch of Plexomin® Organic Trace Minerals exemplifies the broadening of the solution-based values that set Phytobiotics apart. We look forward to growing as a knowledge partner with our customers for many years to come.“
Hermann Roth, head of Phytobiotics Global said, “As usual, we interacted with a record number of successful poultry nutritionists, influencers and production staff showcasing our unique value and position in the global feed additive industry.”
Roth said, “Globally, Phytobitoics is committed to further developing animal and plant nutrition, with poultry being one of the highest priorities.”
IPPE is a “worthy investment” to the North and Latin American businesses and Phytobiotics is already preparing for the 2020 show said Roth.
King said, “As Phytobiotics grows at an exponential rate, thanks to our customers and professional nutritionists, our continued growth will be focused on science and solutions for our valued nutritionists that support us within the industry.”
IPPE is the largest trade show for the poultry, meat and feed industries. The show brings together more than 1,300 exhibitors and over 32,000 visitors, including 8,000 international visitors from 130 countries.