About Advanced BioNutrition
Advanced BioNutrition (ABN) is a technology provider that is focused on offering environmentally sustainable and science-based technology solutions to a variety of industries, including human and animal nutrition and health, and agriculture. ABN's superlative team of scientists, biologists, engineers, and researchers specializes in solving problems related to protecting, stabilizing, and delivering active ingredients into or through food, feed, seed or industrial products.
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Advanced BioNutrition Patents
Advanced BioNutrition has filed 1 patent.
Polysaccharides, Food additives, Sugar substitutes, Nutrition, Carbohydrates
Polysaccharides, Food additives, Sugar substitutes, Nutrition, Carbohydrates
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Apr 6, 2022
Technological advancement is gaining popularity among food encapsulation market trends. Technological advancement is the discovery of knowledge that advances technology. For instance, in February 2022, Givaudan, a Switzerland-based manufacturer of food and flavors, launched PrimeLock+, a breakthrough fat encapsulation technology that reduces 30% of the calories and 75% of the fat content in meat substitutes. The innovation in fat encapsulation also offers increased authenticity and flavour stabilization which allows companies to create tastier, lower-fat, plant-based products such as burgers, sausages, and meatballs while improving the eating experience. Major players in the food encapsulation market are Cargill, Incorporated, DuPont, Royal DSM, FrieslandCampina, Kerry, International Flavors & Fragrances Inc, Symrise, Balchem Inc, Firmenich SA, Advanced Bionutrition Corp, Aveka, Lycored, Encpasys LLC, Blue California, FierslandCampina Kievit, Coating Place Inc, Vitablend, Clextral, Tastetech and Givaudan. The global food encapsulation market overview is segmented by technology into micro encapsulation, nano encapsulation, hybrid technology, macro encapsulation; by shell material into polysaccharides, proteins, lipids, emulsifiers, others; by core phase into minerals, organic acids, vitamins, enzymes, probiotics, additives, essential oils, prebiotics, other substances; by application into dietary supplements, functional food products, bakery products, confectionery, beverages, dairy products, others. North America was the largest region in the food encapsulation market in 2021. Asia-Pacific is expected to be the fastest-growing region in the global food encapsulation market during the forecast period. The regions covered in the global food encapsulation market report are Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, the Middle East, and Africa. Food Encapsulation Global Market Report 2022 – Market Size, Trends, And Global Forecast 2022-2026 is one of a series of new reports from The Business Research Company that provide food encapsulation market overviews, analyze and forecast market size and growth for the whole market, food encapsulation market segments and geographies, food encapsulation market trends, food encapsulation market drivers, food encapsulation market restraints, food encapsulation market leading competitors’ revenues, profiles and market shares in over 1,000 industry reports, covering over 2,500 market segments and 60 geographies. The report also gives in-depth analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on the market. The reports draw on 150,000 datasets, extensive secondary research, and exclusive insights from interviews with industry leaders. A highly experienced and expert team of analysts and modelers provides market analysis and forecasts. The reports identify top countries and segments for opportunities and strategies based on market trends and leading competitors’ approaches. Not the market you are looking for? Check out some similar market intelligence reports:
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When was Advanced BioNutrition founded?
Advanced BioNutrition was founded in 2001.
Where is Advanced BioNutrition's headquarters?
Advanced BioNutrition's headquarters is located at 7155 Columbia Gateway Drive, Columbia.
What is Advanced BioNutrition's latest funding round?
Advanced BioNutrition's latest funding round is Loan.
How much did Advanced BioNutrition raise?
Advanced BioNutrition raised a total of $26.62M.
Who are the investors of Advanced BioNutrition?
Investors of Advanced BioNutrition include Paycheck Protection Program, Sherbrooke Capital, Arancia Industrial SA de CV, Emerald Technology Ventures, BASF Venture Capital and 10 more.
Who are Advanced BioNutrition's competitors?
Competitors of Advanced BioNutrition include Fulcrum BioEnergy, Edeniq, Stirling Denmark, Zymetis, Garbrook Knowledge Resources and 11 more.
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