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Sabinsa Announces First Non-Dairy Use Of Its Probiotic Product

October 2, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
U.S. phyonutrient maker Sabinsa Corporation announced that its probiotic product LactoSpore is now an ingredient of Colombian baking company Perman’s sliced bread. According to Sabinsa, Perman Pan Tajado is the first non-dairy use of its probiotic in a functional food. LactoSpore is the trade name for Sabinsa’s probiotic Bacillus coagulans, formerly known as Lactobacillus sporogenes. LactoSpore withstands the acidic environment of the stomach and then germinates and proliferates in the GI tract within a few hours.
"Sabinsa Continues Global Functional Food Expansion Of LactoSpore® With Launch Of Colombia's Perman Bread", Press release, Sabinsa , October 02, 2012, © Sabinsa
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