Ohly launches Ohly-GO Wall, a robust hydrolyzed yeast cell wall product
Tuesday, March 5, 2019
With the increasingly widespread ban on the subtherapeutic use of antibiotics in farming, there is a growing demand for alternatives. Yeast cell walls are widely used for this purpose and their benefits are well accepted.
Conventional yeast cell walls are mostly the result of yeast autolysis, and their outer layer contains mannan oligosaccharides, hence the common referral to yeast cell walls as MOS. In contrast, the outer layer of yeast cell walls produced by hydrolysis contains a mixture of β-glucans and MOS. Ohly-GO® Wall is a new product of robust composition that is produced by hydrolysis of primary cultivated yeast. It contains both MOS and β-glucans on its outside, allowing it to fight microbial infections by two modes of action: pathogen binding as well as immune stimulation.
Ohly-GO® Wall characteristics are:
- Combines health benefits of MOS and β-glucan functional polysaccharides
- Effective at dosage of 250 – 1000 gram/ton feed
- High product consistency
- Produced from primary cultivated yeast
- Made in Germany
- Full batch traceability
- Natural Ingredient
- Free from animal-derived ingredients
Yeast cell wall beneficts are:
- Contain high levels of MOS and β-glucans
- Pathogen binding
- Immune modulation
- Reduced mortality
- Improved body weight Gain and Feed Conversion Ratio
Ohly is one of the world’s leading suppliers of yeast-based specialty products for the global food, fermentation, feed and health markets. Ohly is part of the ABF Ingredients group (ABFI) who develops, produces and markets Specialty ingredients for the Food, Beverage and Nutrition, Feed, Pharmaceutical sectors, as well as for a variety of other industrial applications.
Further information contact Tracy Scribbins, Group Marketing Manager, ABF Ingredients email@example.com
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