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To take full advantage of the growth of the probiotic market, brand owners need to meet consumer demands for transparency and accountability—which is easily accomplished when partnering with the right manufacturer.
The retail value of the U.S. probiotics market is expected to climb 38 percent by 2021. Because they are living organisms, probiotics have unique handling needs at every stage of the manufacturing process. Some of these include environmental controls, batching, blending, packaging, storage and shipping. This whitepaper outlines key considerations for choosing a contract manufacturer that has expertise producing probiotic supplements.
Chris joined Deerland in 2008 as VP of Operations, and his position was expanded to include product development starting in 2015. He has 15 years of experience in manufacturing and has also held positions in quality and supply chain planning. Chris holds an MBA from the University of South Carolina, along with Bachelor’s degrees in both biology and chemistry from Georgia Southern University.