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    The Launch of an Innovative Human Milk Oligosaccharide

    06 December 2016
    FrieslandCampina Domo has recently launched its latest high quality infant nutrition ingredients: Vivinal Milk Fat and Human Milk Oligosaccharides (2’-Fucosyllactose) to meet this need. 2’-FL is a breakthrough innovation for the infant formula industry. Godert Zijlstra of FrieslandCampina Domo says: “Human milk contains 200 or more complex sugar molecules. The most abundant one is 2’-FL, which is a very interesting recently researched compound in breast milk that we can now make available for the infant nutrition B2B ingredient market. It can stimulate the healthy growth of bifidobacteria and it has been heavily researched for its anti-bacterial and anti-viral effects, especially in the area of diarrhea prevention, which is a big risk in infants.” 

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