Ganeden, Connell Bros take on Fi Asia

Ganeden, Connell Bros take on Fi Asia

Ganeden is aggressively expanding into the Asian market. 

As the company expands its presence in Asia, Ganeden Biotech, in partnership with new distribution partner Connell Brothers, will be exhibiting at the Food Ingredients Asia tradeshow at the International Trade and Exhibition Center (BITEC) in Bangkok, Thailand, Sept. 11 to 13, 2013.

“We are aggressively expanding into the Asian market and it is very exciting to be exhibiting at our first Asian trade show,” said Michael Bush, vice president of business development. “The Southeast Asian food and beverage industry is growing very rapidly; so, being able to exhibit in conjunction with our distribution partner Connell Brothers is a great way for us to increase awareness of GanedenBC30.”

Connell Brothers and Ganeden Biotech cemented their partnership in April of 2013, with Connell Brothers being the exclusive distributor of GanedenBC30 throughout Southeast and North Asia. Operating in 17 countries throughout Asia-Pacific, Connell Brothers sustains a strong presence with 37 offices and multiple warehouses spread across the region.

Food Ingredients Asia is one of the largest food and beverage industry trade shows in the world. With a growth of 25 percent annually over the last four years, and over 11,000 visitors from 56 different countries, it continues to be a key course when entering the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) food and beverage industry.

To learn more about GanedenBC30 and its flexible formulation options, visit booth B-1. On hand will be examples of the many popular products enriched with GanedenBC30 and Stephen Quinn, Ganeden Biotech’s international business development and regulatory manager, will be available to answer any questions you may have.


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