Ketjenflex® 8, safety evaluation

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Axcentive initiated toxicological evaluation of Ketjenflex® 8 following the same principles as set by the European Food Safety Authorities when evaluating applications for substances to be used in food contact materials. Performing a safety evaluation of Ketjenflex® 8, the available data indicates that a maximum allowable migration level in food of 5 ppm is of no concern. For more information, … Read More

Halamid® efficacy vs. Lawsonia intracellularis

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Porcine proliferative enteropathy, also known as ileitis, is a pig disease widely spread in the world. Ileitis is caused by the bacteria Lawsonia intracellularis, developing inside intestinal epithelial cells. Affected pig develop either an acute form of the disease (causing diarrhea, anemia and sudden death) or a chronic form responsible for decrease feed intake and diarrhea. The prevalence of the … Read More

Axcentive at the Aquanor exhibition

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Axcentive will be present at the aquaculture exhibition Aquanor in Trondheim, Norway (August 2005, 9th till 12th). Please visit us on stand B-106 to discuss about the various applications of Halamid in the aquaculture market.