In a news release, life sciences company Avivagen Inc. (VIV:TSX.V; VIVXF:OTCQB) announced that "it has secured a six tonne order of OxC-betaT™ Livestock from Transformadora Agricola de Alimentos S.A. de C.V in Mexico."
The firm stated that this one-year order will be fulfilled in 12 monthly 500 kg shipments beginning in April 2021. Avivagen advised that this is the first order of OxC-beta Livestock it has received from this new customer. The company noted that this order represents its second large order from customers in Mexico in recent months following an order for ten tonnes it received in September 2020 from Industrias Melder. Avivagen indicated that its Mexico-based consultant Meyenberg International Group is credited with securing this latest six tonne OxC-beta Livestock order.
Avivagen's CEO Kym Anthony commented, "We are excited to add a prominent new customer and announce another significant order for OxC-beta™ Livestock in Mexico, a key and growing region for Avivagen...With a number of prospective customers currently running or having completed trials of their own, we anticipate demand for OxC-beta™ Livestock to continue to grow steadily in this increasingly significant region."
The firm stated that Transformadora Agricola de Alimentos is located in Santiago de Queretaro and was established is owned by Raúl Troyo de la Llave, who has been a leading figure in the Mexican industrial agriculture industry for nearly 40 years. The company stated that Mr. Troyo de la Llave is an active and highly influential figure in many important livestock associations across Mexico including the Mexican Association of Food Producers A.C., the Livestock Association of Querétaro and the Querétaro Pig Producers Association.
The company advised that its OxC-beta technology is derived from an overlooked facet of β-carotene and other carotenoid compound discoveries. The firm noted that these compounds which support immune function are what give many fruits and vegetables their bright colors. Avivagen stated that OxC-beta provides a safe, effective, economical and non-antibiotic means of promoting health and growth and that it believes OxC-beta Livestock product could serve to fulfill the global mandate to remove all in-feed antibiotics as growth promoters. The company reported that its OxC-beta Livestock product is approved for use in Australia, Brazil, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, the Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand and the U.S.
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