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Global Probiotics Council Announces First Awardees for New Young Investigator Grant for Probiotics Research
Date:7/24/2008

through means such as:

i. Raising public awareness of probiotics and their health benefits through education and dissemination of information;

ii. Communicating with government bodies, and other relevant interest groups; and

iii. Building relationships with leading researchers and research institutions and supporting collaborative research in the area of probiotics and intestinal flora.

The US has been the first country where the GPC has created a Scientific Board. The GPC also regularly carries out activities to raise public awareness. For more information, please visit http://www.probioticsresearch.com.

DANONE is the world's leading producer of yogurt products, sold under the DANNON and DANONE brand names. Since its founding, DANONE has built its business on product offerings that combine health benefits and taste. DANONE RESEARCH is the organization responsible for all DANONE R&D activities (1200 employees worldwide). Its mission is to formulate DANONE products with health benefits (mainly through probiotics) and the scientific evidence to support the claims for these products. It also studies the effects of food on health and aims to continuously improve the nutritional profile of DANONE products worldwide. Probiotic research is a key expertise of DANONE RESEARCH. Over the past 90 years, DANONE has built one of the world's most comprehensive collections of lactic bacteria strains sampled directly from bio-diversity. Referred to as the DANONE "culture-collection," it contains approximately 3,000 different lactic bacteria strains. In addition to taste and texture, some of these ferments provide probiotic health properties. Such is the case of the Bifidus DN 173 010 strain, used to produce Activia, and the Lactobacillus casei DN 114 001 strain in DanActive. Among these only 50 are currently being used in DANONE products. Therefore the "culture-collection" holds consider
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