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Chr. Hansen to acquire Nutritional Physiology Company and expand its business in probiotics to the livestock industry

Chr. Hansen to acquire Nutritional Physiology Company and expand its business in probiotics to the livestock industry

Press Releases   •   Jan 13, 2016 17:04 GMT

At Chr. Hansen, the animal health and nutrition business supplies probiotics to various customers in the global livestock industry. Through the acquisition of US-based Nutritional Physiology Company (NPC), Chr. Hansen will further broaden this microbial platform and expand its presence into the beef cattle segment.