Biocatalysts Ltd.

Cefn Coed


CF15 7QQ

United Kingdom


Tel. +44 (0) 1443 843 712

Fax. +44 (0) 1443 846 500


Enzymes and Enzyme Systems

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Biocatalysts Ltd.

Innovation is at the core of Biocatalysts. Our culture is based on quality, customer service, technical knowledge and a desire to make positive changes (innovation). Innovation underpins our growth at Biocatalysts allowing us to better serve our customers and other stakeholders. All Biocatalysts staff make positive contributions to the generation and implementation of innovation ideas. These ideas result in improvements in our working environment, our process systems, our infrastructure and our methods of communication with customers, in addition to stimulating ideas for new enzyme products.

We also recognise, and are very appreciative of, the wealth of great ideas that are contributed to Biocatalysts Ltd from our valued customers, suppliers, technical contacts, University contacts and friends. Over the last 20 years we have worked closely with external contacts to harness and realise the power of innovation; our current strategy is to further foster these relationships and find new partners for innovation.

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Business News  20 March 2018

BRAIN acquires a majority stake in Biocatalysts

20 Mar 2018 --- Bio-economy company BRAIN AG (Biotechnology Research and Information Network AG) has announced the share purchase agreement between BRAIN and Biocatalysts Ltd. The takeover of the majority stake of Biocatalysts’s shares by BRAIN is governed and the transaction will be completed within the first quarter of 2018.

Food Ingredients News  03 November 2017

Biocatalysts launches new enzyme panel for carbohydrate modification

03 Nov 2017 --- Biocatalysts has announced the launch of a new enzyme panel for the food industry, which is aimed at companies that are developing products to address the current trends of sugar reduction and soluble fiber inclusion. 

Food Ingredients News  18 April 2016

Avoid Vanilla Disaster in Low Crop Year, Says Biocatalysts

18 Apr 2016 --- The vanilla crop in Madagascar this year is very poor and the impact is already becoming clear. The price has risen to more than $200/kg compared to $20/kg just 5 years ago and food processors are already being asked by industry experts to consider using less of this popular flavor in its many end applications. Depol 40L, an enzyme from UK and US based enzyme manufacturer Biocatalysts Ltd, may be the answer.

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