HealthTech Bioactives and Abolis Biotechnologies Partner for Sustainable Polyphenol Production

HealthTech Bioactives (HTBA) the leading innovator in polyphenol and vitamin B12 solutions for human and animal health and nutrition, is pleased to announce a new partnership with Abolis Biotechnologies for the production of sustainable, valuable polyphenols. This latest collaboration between the two companies encompasses the development of new microbial strains and aims to address challenges relating to the supply of high-quality polyphenols, driving innovation in this fast-growing segment.

In its initial phase, the partnership will focus on developing two high-value molecules which currently experience limited sourcing availability. Upon the successful completion of this stage, the established protocols will be applied to up to eight additional molecules with the aim of similarly optimizing their development pipeline. The project’s overall goals are to increase and secure polyphenol manufacturing capacities and enable reduced costs compared to traditional extraction methods.

“Our companies have been working successfully together since 2021 and we are still amazed by the Abolis team, whose values align with our own,” comments Alexandre Valls-Coma, CEO of HTBA. “We are delighted to announce this new phase of our partnership and truly believe that it will take polyphenols to the next level and create more value for our customers.”

 Founded in 2019 following 40 years’ experience in bioactives manufacturing, HTBA is a leading global producer of innovative health solutions. With a portfolio of high-value molecules, HTBA focuses on developing safe, high-quality bioactives for human and animal health. Abolis Biotechnologies, founded in 2014, specializes in microbial strain development and biotechnological production methods. The companies’ combined expertise reveals completely new methods of sustainable polyphenol development, in which natural bacterial fermentation replaces artificial extraction methods, which can have negative consequences for the environment. 

“We are thrilled to contribute to HTBA’s growth through this strategic collaboration,” said Cyrille Pauthenier, co-founder and CEO of Abolis. “Abolis has a proven track record in microbial strain development for polyphenol products, while HTBA brings its extensive global market knowledge to identify innovative applications for our solutions. This partnership is therefore a perfect match for our complementary expertise.”



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