GEA to Equip Danone’s New Early Life Nutrition Production Plant

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20 Jan 2016 --- At the end of 2015, GEA received a major order from Danone to equip a new state-of-the-art facility for its international Early Life Nutrition brands with several production lines.

The Nutricia facility will be constructed in Cuijk, the Netherlands. In particular, GEA will supply and install its Evaporation and Spray Drying Technologies. GEA’s scope of supply has a value of around EUR 50 million.

“The new GEA lines will become the core technologies in Danone’s new production facility. The new plants are designed for continuous operation. They will also be highly energy-efficient, thus meeting Danone’s ambitious targets for sustainability”, commented Niels Erik Olsen, Member of the Executive Board of GEA and responsible for the Solutions Business Area.

The plant will start the production of their infant formulas towards the end of 2017.

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Algea: The Artic Company. Algea is one of the most important world leader in collecting and processing marine ingredients, that in 2017 will celebrate 80 years of work. Thanks to continuous development of specialized methods and equipments for harvesting and processing, Algea developed a unique processing life circle for seaweed, harvesting Arctic seaweeds and offering the highest quality ingredients for human nutrition, cosmetics, animal feed and fertilization. Northern Norway is also known as the “land of midnight sun” and thanks to these extreme condition this seaweed can develop its peculiar properties that make it unique.

Our marine ingredient Aschopyllum nodosum is  a seaweed with exceptional nutrients, that grows where the environment is pure and pristine and the sound of nature is the only audible noise. Immersed in the frigid Norwegian waters in winter and exposed continuously to the force of the sun in summer, our seaweed gathers natural elements of the highest purity and quality. We have three plants in Norway were we harvest and produce, the most northerly of which is on the only one in the world north of the Arctic Circle. One dedicated to the manufacturing of food and cosmetics ingredient, another one to animal feed and fertilizer ingredients and the last one, that is near the Arctic Circle, exclusively dedicated to the harvesting of seaweed.

Algea serves four markets: ingredients for human nutrition (food supplements and functional foods), ingredients for cosmetics, animal nutrition and fertilization. AlgeaFood products intended for human nutrition only come from seaweed harvested directly from Algea. Thanks to the presence of iodine, polyphenols, mannitol, vitamins, minerals and alginates, AlgeaFood products are ideal ingredients for functional foodstuffs and dietary supplements.

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