Leading in Probiotics:
Dairy Only One Facet
Chr. Hansen owns the world’s largest commercial bank of bacterial strains. Building on this strong foundation, the company continues to innovate and produce the most effective bacterial solutions for dairy and beef cattle, as well as for other species, including poultry and swine, and for silage inoculation.
Our unequaled microbial range enables selection of the best individual strains and formulation of the best combination products to meet animal health and production challenges.
In fact, we have over 1,300 strains of Bacillus alone! And our scientists continue to select and develop new spore-forming probiotic strains that can be further developed into future products. Chr. Hansen bacterial strain production is FAMI-QS and ISO certified.
Our science differentiates us from the rest. Everything we do is backed by science and we are proud to offer the world’s most documented probiotic strains. Our purpose within Chr. Hansen is to bring microbial-based probiotic health solutions to life.
Did you know: Our solutions are used every day for human health from pre-term babies to adults, for the health and productivity of diverse animal species, and for the safe preservation of food and feed. Every day more than 1 billion people — and millions of animals — consume products containing our natural ingredients.
Chr. Hansen is the world’s most sustainable food ingredients company and uniquely positioned to drive positive change through our microbial solutions. Over more than 145 years, we have worked to enable sustainable agriculture, cleaner labels, and healthier living for more people around the world.
We are passionate about what we do because we know we can make a difference for people, animals, and plants. And ultimately for our planet. It’s part of our culture, our history, and our strategy.
To learn more about Chr. Hansen probiotics for animals, people and babies, click here
For information per animal species and type, click here
For research references and more dairy probiotics information, please contact: Dan Bates, mobile 989-225-0200, email firstname.lastname@example.org