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PRESS RELEASE: Feedinfo Adds Biotin 2% and L-Lysine HCL 98% (Chinese Origin) to Price Index

21 November 2018 – Feedinfo News Service is proud to announce the addition of Chinese-origin L-Lysine HCL 98% and Biotin 2% (Vitamin B7) to the Feedinfo feed additive price index. Both are now available at www.feedinfo.com.

“Biotin is produced by a small number of mainly Chinese manufacturers and is currently in an oversupply situation. And we are seeing Chinese lysine suppliers expanding their capacity,” says Martijn de Cocq, Lead Analyst at Feedinfo News Service. “Integrating Biotin 2% and L-Lysine HCL 98% (Chinese Origin) to our price index makes sense as China continues to be the largest supplier of feed grade vitamins and amino acids worldwide.”

The news comes on the heels of the recent inclusions of L-Valine and D-Calpan to the price index as well as historical price charts for the entire amino acid and vitamin ranges covered on a frequent basis.

About Feedinfo News Service

Established in 1999, Feedinfo News Service (www.feedinfo.com) is the world’s leading provider of business and financial information for global corporations serving the agribusiness, feed additives and biotechnology sectors – with special insight into the animal nutrition and animal health industries.

Alongside a wide range of market intelligence, news, research and data offerings Feedinfo provides benchmark pricing indices for:

– DL-Methionine 99%
– L-Lysine HCL 98%
– L-Lysine HCL 98% (Chinese Origin)
– Threonine 99%
– Tryptophan 98%
– L-Valine
– Vitamin A 1000
– Vitamin B2 80%
– Vitamin D3 500
– Vitamin E 50%
– D-Calpan
– Biotin 2%
– Feed Phosphates
– Copper Sulphate

In addition to regular news coverage of the enzyme, probiotic, mineral and various other feed additive markets. For further information on our services visit: marketing.feedinfo.com

About AgriBriefing Ltd.

AgriBriefing is an international media and information group specialising in the global agribusiness markets. For further information visit: www.AgriBriefing.com

By |2018-11-21T08:19:34+00:00November 21st, 2018|