Contribution of Livestock Feed Additives for the Advancement of Livestock Farms | Pearlzyme Inc.

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Pearlzyme Inc. is a company that develops and applies microbiome substances derived from marine and tidal flats to produce feed additives, protease enzyme, and microorganisms.

In May of this year, there was an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease in South Korea. Pearlzyme Inc. expressed its intention to donate its products to support livestock farms in Incheon, leading to the initiation of the donation process in collaboration with the INCHEON TECHNOPARK Marketing Center.

Pearlzyme Inc. donated feed additives worth 15 million KRW (approximately $13,000 USD) to livestock farms in Ganghwa County, Incheon. About ten people, including Pearlzyme Inc.’s president Chang, Chung-Soon and employees, representatives from INCHEON TECHNOPARK, and Incheon-Ganghwa-Ongjin Livestock Cooperative officials, participated in the sponsored goods delivery ceremony.

INCHEON TECHNOPARK is an institution that supports small and medium-sized enterprises in Incheon. Pearlzyme Inc. has a history of receiving support through INCHEON TECHNOPARK, including mentoring for export novices, participation in the Korea Excellent Product Exhibition (G-Fair), and attendance at trade consultation meetings in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam.

Pearlzyme Inc. is dedicated to research and development in the field of feed enzyme production and functional food enzyme production to contribute to the advancement of livestock farms.

You can find more information about Pearlzyme Inc.'s activities and enzyme products through the following link. 

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