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Micreos featured in Quest magazine of June 2016

June 7, 2016

The June 2016 edition of Dutch Quest magazine features a six-page article about bacteriophages. In the article “Vriend faag: virussen gaan ons beschermen tegen bacteriën“, Micreos’ CEO Mark Offerhaus explains how phages work and how Micreos is using this technology to tackle problems such as MRSA. The June edition will … Continue reading

Posted : 2016 , News

Micreos awarded Wageningen Company of the Year Award 2016

June 3, 2016

Micreos is proud to announce that it was awarded the 2016 company of the year award in the category medium to large enterprises.

Posted : 2016 , News

FSANZ approves Salmonelex™ as processing aid

May 25, 2016

FSANZ approves Salmonelex™ as processing aid against Salmonella  Wageningen, The Netherlands, May 25, 2016 – Food Standards Australia/New Zealand (FSANZ) has approved Salmonelex™ as processing aid against Salmonella. Salmonelex™ is the second phage product for food safety accepted in Australia and New Zealand after an earlier approval of Listex™ against … Continue reading

Posted : 2016 , News

Phages suppress Listeria and Salmonella growth

January 6, 2016

Phage technology can suppress the proliferations of pathogens like Listeria and Salmonella during food production processes. Micreos has developed and registered several ‘green’ processing aids based on phage technology. A large American supplier of turkey meat has started treating its poultry products with these all-natural, organic products. “Phage technology has … Continue reading

Posted : 2016 , News

Attention the problem deserves: European Antibiotic Awareness Week

November 13, 2015

  Winter’s coming. Cue the sore throats, sniffles and dry coughs, but this doesn’t mean antibiotics have to make an appearance too. New figures show that patients are listening to advice telling them to steer clear of GP surgeries where people ask for antibiotics for the common cold and other … Continue reading

Posted : 2015 , News
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