Ajinomoto increase feed-use amino acids capacity

Ajinomoto to increase feed-use amino acids capacity

3:07 AM, 7th November 2011
Ajinomoto to increase feed-use amino acids capacity


TOKYO, JAPAN: Ajinomoto Animal Nutrition Group Inc (AANG), wholly owned by Ajinomoto Co Inc is planning to expand the animal nutrition business in the next 4-5 years. AANG will reinforce its production capacity of feed-use amino acids by adding 150 KMT L-Lysine, 80 KMT L-Threonine and 7 KMT L-Tryptophan, utilizing next generation innovative fermentation technologies. AANG will also develop a wider range of feed-use amino acid products for nutrition and accelerate the development of these value-added products for its customers.

AANG, by means of technical innovations and adapted regional marketing forces, will continue to lead the creation of the global market of feed-use amino acids. AANG seeks to contribute to more efficient use of limited agricultural resources for a growing global food demand, meeting the increasing demands of the livestock industry, to output more meat under efficient and environmentally-friendly productive systems.

AANG will also offer a wider range of feed-use amino acids products on a larger scale to the world feed market. Ajinomoto will continue to reliably supply feed-use amino acids to its customers, supporting the growing needs of the feed, livestock and pet food industries.

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