Wednesday November 25, 2020

Cork: AnaBio delivers on its promise

Tech start-up produces controlled-release capsules that can be used for a variety of purposes, writes Danielle Ryan.

29th June, 2014
Sinéad Doherty, founder, AnaBio Technologies: ‘There’s no point in being stuck in a bubble in the lab’ Picture: Feargal Ward

Founded in 2011, AnaBio Technologies has been making waves in the food and biotechnology industries with its innovative new encapsulation technology. The Cork start-up has created capsules to protect sensitive food ingredients, animal feeds and therapeutics and deliver them to a target site within the body.

In plainer terms, it’s a “controlled release system” for ingredients that are particularly sensitive to processing conditions, said Sinéad Doherty, the company’s founder....

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