Biotech firm AnaBio to invest €2 million in Fermoy facility

Company to invest in the facility at Teagasc’s Fermoy-based Food Research Centre

7th May, 2017
Sinéad Bleiel, founder and chief executive, AnaBioFergal Phillips

Biotech company AnaBio is set for further growth over the coming months following the opening of a €200,000 product development facility last year in Co Cork.

The company will invest more than €2 million in the facility at Teagasc’s Fermoy-based Food Research Centre in response to rising demand for its ingredient encapsulation technology in the food, nutrition and animal feed sectors.

Founded in 2011, AnaBio makes capsules from natural proteins derived from milk,...

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