15 May Bioinicia to present its own DHA encapsulation method at AOCS 2017
Bioinicia presented its DHA encapsulation method at AOCS 2017
Bioinicia was invited to attend the AOCS Annual Meeting 2017 which took place in Orlando (USA) from 30th April to 3rd May. AOCS is an international business forum focused on fats, oils, lipids and other related materials. The main industries within these fields worldwide were present at this event.
Some industrial companies were particularly interested in Bioinicia’s own method for encapsulation of DHA – Omega 3 oil (as well as encapsulation of other natural essences and materials) at room temperature. This method is already available for potential interested customers. Furthermore, one of the benefits of Bioincia’s method is that it has been already scaled up to produce industrial volumes with high productivity ratio (much more than standard electrospraying). That’s the reason for some of those companies to encourage Bioinicia to participate in AOCS Annual Meeting.
Bioinicia made the presentation called “High-throughput electro-hydrodynamic processing for the encapsulation of DHA enriched oils”.
The attendees could know some insights of the new method developed by Bioinicia for encapsulation and the differences and benefits this method provides compared to other methods. Indeed, Bioinicia is shortly making an in-house industrial setup for encapsulation which will serve also as a demonstrator for potential customers. It seems that the interest of the audience in Bioinicia’s talk was strong, provided the number of people who was in touch to the Bioinicia’s team attending the event after the presentation.
Bioinicia had also a booth at the Paquin Campus of AOCS in order to communicate in a more powerful way its new method for encapsulation. Some meetings were held there and numerous visits shown their interest in this new industrial method.
It was first time that Bioinicia was participating at AOCS and the impressions were quite positive. The coming months will serve to verify whether or not our impressions are correct.