10 Best New Enzyme Products
We have carefully selected our candidates. They are very different from one another. They cover a range of industries and variety of applications. These 10 Best new enzymes have been developed by both large, industry-leading giants and relatively unknown smaller companies. Some were conceived and developed with a year. Others probably took a decade.
One characteristic runs through all of them: they are making a major impact on the industries into which they are sold. In most cases these new enzyme products are contributing to lower costs, better safety, and improved quality of life. And almost all are leading to increased sustainability in manufacturing.
Many of these enzymes may be unknown to you. And yet, you are almost certainly using products that were produced with one or more of these innovative enzymes right now.
So, what are these 10 best new enzyme products? With the caveat that the ones presented are the best IMHO (in my humble opinion), here are a few clues.
One has been called a “game-changer” the first major innovation in its industry in 30 years. “10 Best New Enzyme Products” will tell you what that enzyme is and why it is such a game-changer.
Another is a new entrant to the food market with growing demand because it makes a broad range of food products safer. Most consumers don’t what this enzyme is, what it does, or that it is even in the product they buy. But “10 Best” will give you the details about the enzyme and the small company that developed it.
Yet another of the “10 Best” is in current use to produce a key pharmaceutical product in higher yield and better purity than was possible previously. And that is not, because it has spawned further applications that are revolutionizing this chemistry.
Still another is an enzyme that has been developed to catalyze a reaction completely unknown in nature. And it is available now.
Would you like to know more?
You can get the details on these impactful enzymes in our newly published EBooklet “10 Best New Enzyme Products”
The best part: the EBooklet only costs $27—equivalent to less than minutes of time with an industry consultant. And I’m betting that the consultant will not be able to tell you all the information you will get in 10 Best. (In fact, consultants will likely buy this book so that they can sell you the information it contains for many times what I’m asking.)