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Lallemand Animal Nutrition UK Ltd
Spring Lane North
Malvern Link
Worcs.
WR14 1BU
United Kingdom

Tel:
+44 (0) 1684 891055

Fax:

+44 (0) 1684 891060

Email:
info@microbialdevelopments.com

Registered in England and Wales
Company Registration No. 2886133
Registered Office:
Spring Lane North
Malvern Link
Worcestershire
WR14 1BU

Welcome to Microbial Developments

 

MDL Office BlockOn 1st June 2014 Microbial Developments has been merged with Lallemand Animal Nutrition UK Limited.

The business of Microbial Developments is unaffected.

On 31st December 2012 MDL was acquired by Lallemand Animal Nutrition, a division of Lallemand Inc. Lallemand Inc is a privately owned Canadian company specialising in the research, development and production of yeast and bacteria. Lallemand has approximately 2,500 employees located in over 36 countries.

Click here to go to the Lallemand Animal Nutrition Website.

 

MDL is a biotechnology company based in Malvern, Worcestershire, in the heart of England.

We are an innovative company with a tradition of novel product development and have 30 years experience in the manufacture, fermentation and freeze-drying of micro-organisms.

Currently we export to more than 30 countries worldwide. Our in-house research team is experienced in taking concepts, such as the company's world-leading competitive exclusion products, through to commercial reality.

Our products include Aviguard® and FlightPath® for use in chickens, turkeys, gamebirds and pigeons. We also produce Lactic Acid Bacteria for Probiotics and Silage Additives.

Additionally we have Contract Freeze Drying and Packaging Operations under Cleanroom conditions. With our modern plant geared to GMP standard manufacture, we have a high quality manufacturing capability.

Our entire manufacturing operation is ISO 9001:2008 accredited.

Our corporate brochure is available as a PDF file on the Downloads page.

 
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