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【E-Newsletter】Integrated technology of probiotics to improve the effectiveness of fisheries

Source:Taiwan External Trade Development Council
Revise Date:2020-06-11

【Misa Design Co., Ltd. / Edited by Joy Ku】

Capitalizing the "lactobacillus hydrolyzed peptide protein" as its core technology, the DaBomb Protein Corp. owns a leading brand known to many industries in Asian countries, as it focuses on improving key technologies and strives for quality certifications. Aside from its main product “hydrolyzed soy peptide protein”, the company also launched in 2018 the "ProbioSyntec" project and succeeded in pushing out the functional peptide, one of its new achievements in recent years. The DaBomb Protein Corp. always hopes to link its technology to the industrial chain, help customers build a more complete service, and push its best core technology to a new height.

The core concept of DaBomb Protein Corp. is to produce “the best protein beyond protein". As all its products can be closely integrated with and processed under the lactobacillus hydrolyzed peptide protein technology, its peptide has far better quality than ordinary products, allowing its proteins to be not just raw materials but functional raw materials and even upgraded to the level of health products in animal feeds.

DaBomb Protein, the only protein formula to have passed SGS-ISO22000 and HACCP certifications in Asia, breaks down macromolecular proteins into smaller high-quality peptides, which can improve protein digestibility and reduce the use of feed protein, allowing animals to eat less but grow as well as before. Our professional lactobacillus hydrolyzed peptide protein technology can produce proteins rich in natural L-lactic acid, which can not only inhibit the intestinal fungal overgrowth, improve animal intestinal health, and promote better nutrient absorption, but also effectively improve animal immunity, so that our clients can reduce the use of antibiotics, resulting in the reduction of drug residues in animals and the improvement on their survival rate.

As plant-based proteins are safer, more environmentally friendly and less expensive than animal-based proteins, the aquaculture industry is encouraged to use the plant-based proteins as feeds. The DaBomb Protein Corp. is a pioneer in the production of plant-based proteins in Taiwan. Our exclusive lactobacillus hydrolyzed peptide protein technology is able to produce functional peptides which have low antigen, high digestive enzymes, and high lactic acid and which is conducive to the secretion of viscosity helpful to the formation of feed pellets, thus improving farming efficiency.

After years of research and development on vitamins and probiotics, the DaBomb Protein intends to shift its core of development to the "ProbioSyntec" and the “DaBomb LIVE" projects in the future. We have been committed to integrating the probiotic technology in various fields. Currently, the synthesis of probiotics for aquatic animals have achieved obvious benefits.

Regarding the "DaBomb Live" project, we will continue to create potential animal probiotic related products: namely the anti-bacterial functional peptides that can effectively inhibit intestinal pathogens, reduce morbidity, and decrease the use of antibiotics; the all-round functional applications of the peptides to improve the breeding benefits of compound probiotic strains; and multiple prebiotics that can shorten the transition period of strain colonization and optimize the efficacy of strains. It is hoped that we can help clients solve problems more accurately.

Based on the concept of non-anti-breeding and mastering the trend of green, intelligent and food safety, the DaBomb Protein Corp. grasps firmly the largest market share in Asia and continues to diversify, as we are aggressively practicing the “Da Bomb = The Best” guideline.

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Published Date:2020-06-30