SARASOTA, Fla., Jan. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Good bugs apparently are recession-proof.
A Sarasota company which is one of the leaders in growing bacteria for cleaning and for agriculture reports that its sales were up 32% in 2008 compared with 2007 -- despite the nation's economic problems.
"The microbe business is wonderfully healthy," says Lauren Danielson, executive vice president of Osprey Biotechnics, which is headquartered north of Sarasota-Bradenton airport.
In response to the sales growth, Osprey is quadrupling production in the new year 2009 and adding to its staff.
Osprey serves the agricultural, waste water, industrial, institutional, and environmental markets. Its bacteria are bred to be hungry and to clean drains, septic systems and drain fields, protect vegetables, and clean up industrial and marine spills.
Osprey is headquartered at 1833-A 57th St., Sarasota FL 34243. email@example.com. The web site is
www.ospreybiotechnics.com. Telephone 941/351-2700.
|SOURCE Osprey Biotechnics|
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