Follow Chr. Hansen A/S

Tags

Chr. Hansen 75 probiotics 17 dairy 14 food 14 consumers 10 Natural Colors 9 cheese 5 beverage 5 communication 4 innovation 4 bb-12® 4 images 3 annual report 3 marketing 3 lgg® 3 Q2 3 lactose 2 animal health 2 award 2 poultry 2 financial report 2 feed 2 microbiome 2 yogurt 2 lactose intolorant 2 press 2 agriculture 2 financial results 2 interim report 2 C20 2 lactose-free 2 Cees de Jong 2 sugar 1 transparency 1 probiotic 1 ingredients 1 organizational 1 natural solutions 1 conversion 1 cottage cheese 1 regnskab 1 Lonza 1 H1 1 game changer 1 food waste 1 dietary supplements 1 valio 1 idf 1 label 1 colors 1 product 1 financials 1 dial 1 natural colours 1 confectionary 1 infant formula 1 kefir 1 carmine 1 human microbiome 1 second generation 1 financial result 1 cultures 1 l.casei 431 1 white cheese 1 greek feta 1 direct vat set 1 fermentation 1 ripening culture 1 GalliPro® Max 1 microbial 1 dairy alternatives 1 plant health 1 soft cheese 1 fermented 1 2016/17 1 plant based 1 UN goals 1 bioprotection 1 FreshQ 1 Natural color 1 coloring foodstuff 1 natural colour 1 colouring foodstuff 1 LGG 1 childrens' product 1 drinking yogurt 1 communincation 1 dvs white classic 1 DVS® FRESCO® 1000 1 SCiO 1 Consumer Physics 1 feed analysis 1 Q2 2017/18 1 sustainability 1 test 1 salt 1 iso 1 standard 1 clinical trial 1 growth 1 new 1 acquisition 1 clean 1 corporate responsibility 1 wine 1 Q1 1 flow cytometry 1 cfo 1 joint venture 1 change 1 bacteria 1 children 1 financial 1 leadership 1 culture 1 kids 1 livestock 1 report 1 results 1 natural 1 delight 1 pet food 1 quarterly result 1 q3 1 Show all tags
New study confirms presence of bifidobacteria and lactobacilli in breast milk from Chinese mothers

New study confirms presence of bifidobacteria and lactobacilli in breast milk from Chinese mothers

Press releases   •   May 11, 2015 07:13 UTC

​A study initiated by Chr. Hansen has shown that bifidobacteria and lactobacilli are present in breast milk from Chinese mothers, strengthening the case for adding clinically documented probiotics to infant formula, in order to improve nutrition.