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Singapore, Singapore, 2014/06/20 - Kemin Industries’ newest enzyme product, KEMZYME™ MAP, was named runner-up in the AllAboutFeed/FIAAP Animal Nutrition Awards at FIAAP/VICTAM Asia held in Bangkok, Thailand April 8-10 - Kemin.com.
Judged by independent jurors, the competition recognized the exhibition’s most groundbreaking and impactful innovations in the feed and grain processing industries.
KEMZYME MAP is a stabilized multi-enzyme formulation developed by Kemin to improve the digestibility of raw materials, increase the nutrient level and animal performance, and reduce the cost of production by $6-8 dollars per ton of feed. The formula is based on patented non-starch polysaccharide enzymes, multi-amylase and multi-protease.
“We are honored to have received this award, which validates the real impact KEMZYME MAP has on the industry,” said Dr. Liong Kah Heng, marketing director of the company’s animal nutrition and health division in Asia Pacific. “Many feed ingredients are not fully digested by animals, therefore, by using KEMZYME MAP, the digestibility of these components can be enhanced, allowing feed producers to improve the efficiency of existing formulations.”
The efficacy of KEMZYME MAP, shown through both in vitro and in vivo trials, confirms the product’s ability to enhance the utilization of today's complex feed.
About Kemin Inspired Molecular Solutions™
Kemin (kemin.com) provides “inspired molecular solutions” specifically developed to provide nutrition and health benefits for humans and animals. Committed to feed and food safety, Kemin maintains top-of-the-line manufacturing facilities where approximately 500 specialty ingredients are made for the global feed and food industries as well as the health, nutrition and beauty markets. A privately held, family-owned and operated company, Kemin has nearly 2,000 employees and operates in more than 90 countries with manufacturing facilities in Belgium, Brazil, China, India, Italy, Singapore, South Africa and the United States.
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