ADDCON's diformates have been successfully registered in South Korea with the help of Mr. Seungyong Lee of Juho Co. Ltd.

Following its global expansion strategy, ADDCON continues to expand in Asia as the growth promoters Formi® for swine and Aquaform® for the aquaculture industry have been successfully registered in one of Asia's most important markets, South Korea, which was among the first countries in the region to ban the use of in-feed antibiotic growth promoters.

ADDCON and its local partner, Juho Co. Ltd., can now offer the patented diformate molecule, for use in swine and aquaculture, under the commercial names of Formi® and Aquaform®, respectively.

Diformate products from ADDCON have acidifying and antibacterial effects in the GI tract that promote enzyme activity and intestinal health. As a result, nutrient digestibility is enhanced, leading to healthier animals with stronger immune systems. Both products are effective alternatives to antibiotics which have been banned in the EU since January 2006.

"We believe in the success of the products in South Korea. Formi® and Aquaform® will help the industry in the post-antibiotic era. Global and local demand for sustainable farmed animals is a fact. We can help the industry now to fulfill this demand", said Dr. Lückstädt, technical director (FEED) at ADDCON.

ADDCON's sustainable solutions help to increase profits on farms responsible for feeding the world's growing population.

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