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Alltech Leads the Battle in Europe Against Mycotoxins

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Alltech welcomes the innovative Regulation (EC) 767/2009 of the European Parliament, which facilitates the EU feed industry to be more competitive and permits companies who have invested in scientific research to capitalise on this investment.

Alltech and Algae Grow Opportunity in Kentucky and Science

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[Lexington, KY] - Alltech, a global leader in natural animal nutrition, has concluded its first annual International Algae Conference, Algae: The Growth Platform. Held February 22-24 in Lexington, Kentucky, the invitation-only event drew 60 attendees from as far away as Australia and Europe.

Alltech Cuts the Ribbon on Opportunity at $200 Million Algae Facility in Kentucky

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[Lexington, KY] - Alltech, a global leader in natural animal nutrition, cut the ribbon on its $200 million Alltech Algae plant in Winchester, Kentucky. Alltech Algae is a state-of-the-art algae fermentation facility that was acquired in 2010 from Martek Bioscience Corporation for approximately $14 million and has been renovated in the past few months to begin in April as one of the largest algae production sites in the world.

Alltech Sustainable Haiti Project Advances Rebuilding Mission

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[Lexington, KY] - Just days following Haiti's devastating earthquake on January 12, 2010, Alltech began its work to help rebuild the country through tangible, long-term investment. Within 48 hours of the quake's cessation, Dr. Pearse Lyons, president and founder of Alltech, was in Haiti identifying opportunities for the company's involvement, and the Alltech Sustainable Haiti Project was swiftly launched.

Feeding the World in 2050 - Dinner for 9.3 Billion People

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[Lexington, KY] -?? With the increase in population mankind has experienced over the 20th century and into the 21st, the agricultural industry faces a major challenge in the next 40 years - continuing tofeed the world. Today, more people live below the "hunger line" than in the 1800s yet global food demand is expected to double by 2050 as the world population moves toward its apex.

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