The Difference - December 2012
Campylobacter, what, where and how?
In recent years Campylobacter has overtaken and now far exceeds Salmonella as the leading cause of human bacterial gastroenteritis. Pigs can carry and infect humans with Campylobacter, however poultry is estimated to be responsible for up to 80% of human campylobacteriosis. In this article we will focus on covering the basics of Campylobacter jejuni in poultry: What is it? Where does infection happen? And what means for curing or prevention are available?
Sodium formate allowed in organic farming: what are the benefits?
Since June of 2012 sodium formate is officially approved in organic farming by the EU. This creates new opportunities for organic production systems to optimize their output. Perstorp offers a wide range of innovative products applicable to milk, meat and egg production, which organic farmers in the EU can now benefit from.
Perstorp Group now on social media
We are happy to announce that you can now find the Perstorp Group on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter! Perstorp has become active in these social media in order to get in touch with our followers, to let stakeholders get to know us better and to increase the brand awareness. Social media is all about engaging with the audience – in our strategy for social media we want to extend our existing relationship with our stakeholders. Open a dialogue and engage!
Interview with Marie Grönborg
Could you please introduce yourself? My name is Marie Grönborg and I am General Manager of Perstorp’s Business Unit Performance Additives. I was born in Varberg, Sweden in 1970 and I currently live in Ängelholm, Sweden with my husband Magnus and children Louse (14) and Oscar (11). I received my MSc in Chemical Engineering from Chalmers Technical University, Gothenburg and Imperial College, London.
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