Lonza partners with Israeli firm PS products

Lonza partners with Israeli firm for PS products

9:46 PM, 11th October 2011
Lonza partners with Israeli firm for PS products
Lonza headquarters in Switzerland.

BASEL, SWITZERLAND: Lonza announced a global commercial partnership with Lipogen, based in Israel, for the exclusive rights to sell phosphatidylserine (PS) and PS-based formulations in dietary supplements, medical foods and food and beverages under the Lonza name. Lonza intends to roll out launch activities in the USA in the fourth quarter of 2011 and expand to other global regions thereafter.

“Adding PS to our portfolio of branded ingredients directly helps us provide a diverse line of nutrition products and an array of formulation-friendly technical qualities. PS represents our focus of bringing solutions that meet the needs for cognitive support to our customers,” said Michael DeGennaro, Global VP Marketing and Sales Nutrition, Lonza.

“Our current primary goal is to bring high quality and efficacious brain support ingredients to the market. Collaborating our efforts with Lonza will further develop the high potential for PS and the modern PS Plus by meeting the needs of improving cognitive well being worldwide,” said David Rutenburg, President, Lipogen.

PS, which may reduce the risk of dementia and cognitive dysfunction in the elderly as well as reduce stress and mental fatigue joins Lonza’s portfolio of nutritional ingredients.

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