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Frost & Sullivan Commends Isobionics for Technology Innovation
Date:9/22/2010

LONDON, Sept. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2010 Frost & Sullivan Global Technology Innovation Award in Food Ingredients is presented to Isobionics. The company offers guaranteed supply and consistent high quality of Valencene Pure™ - a natural flavour molecule for orange notes - based on a unique fermentation process.

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Valencene Pure™ is produced from a new biotechnological process developed and implemented by the company through in-house research efforts. Combining fermentation with biotransformation, this innovative method addresses the issue of cost-effectively and easily producing natural flavour profiles.

"Isobionics can rightly claim to be the first company to have targeted a molecule rationally for synthesis using biotransformation technology," notes Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Dr. Kaushik Shankar. "Isobionics' unique process has enabled the introduction of Valencene Pure™ within three years from the date of patenting the idea, indicative of the robustness of the process and the confidence of the company in the technology."

Consistent supply and high cost have been the main factors impeding the shift from synthetic flavour compounds to natural and nature identical flavours across food applications. With a nearly 10 fold decrease in anticipated cost of using Valencene Pure™ compared to orange derived valencene, the issue of cost is addressed with ease.

Moreover, the controlled fermentation method employed for production uses commonly available feedstock, glucose. Hence Isobionics can comfortably satisfy the demands for valencene worldwide with their proprietary product derived from patented technology.

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