LinkAsia Partners registers Actibeet for Phillipines

sugarcane pixabayActibeet is a natural source of benatine extracted from beet molasses. (Image source: Photocane)LinkAsia Partners has succesfully registered a new product, ActiBeet, in the Philippines

Working with Arca Galleon Agriventures, its distributor in the Philippines, AGRANA has secured approval of ActiBeet registration from the Bureau of Animal Industry. 

ActiBeet, produced by AGRANA, a leading sugar producer in Central and Eastern Europe, is extracted from Austrian sugar beet molasses and is a natural source of betaine used in animal nutrition.

David Saunders, CEO of LinkAsia Partners said, “The partnership with Arca Galleon will open doors and help to deliver the benefits of ActiBeet to the Philippines market.  The availability of a natural betaine source from AGRANA provides the animal feed industry with a viable alternative for supply. ”

Michael Frey, sales director AGRANA Starch also commented, “This is a significant milestone for us as it marks the start of our business development in Philippines with Arca Galleon”.  “Arca Galleon has a professional team and broad distribution network in the Philippines, and we look forward to working with them as we take ActiBeet® to market.”

Established in 1988, AGRANA today is the leading sugar producer in Central and Eastern Europe and its starch segment is a major European manufacturer of specialty products.  AGRANA is also the world market leader in fruit preparations and Europe's largest producer of fruit juice concentrates.  AGRANA turns agricultural raw materials into high-quality foods and numerous industrial intermediate products. About 8,800 employees at more than 50 production sites worldwide generate annual revenue of around three billion euros. 

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