Because FERMIO LAB is about science, not showmanship ...
- Scientifically-validated food preservation technology, practised and perfected over 9,000 years1.
- Yields bio-accessible nutrients2 and bioactive compounds3 with digestive and immune benefits4.
- Naturally fortifies food with vitamins5, trace minerals6, antioxidants7, enzymes8, amino acids9 and organic acids10.
- Elevates nutritious whole-foods into nutrient-dense superfoods.
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2. Tamang, J. P., Shin, D-H., Jung, S-J. and Chae, S. (2016). Functional Properties of Microorganisms in Fermented Foods. Frontiers in Microbiology, 7:578
3. Swain, M. R. and Ray, R. (2017). ‘Nutritional Values and Bioactive Compounds in Lactic Acid Fermented Vegetables and Fruits’, in S. Paramithiotis, (ed.), Lactic Acid Fermentation of Fruits and Vegetables. Florida: CRC Press, pp. 37-51
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5. Walther, B. and Schmid, A. (2017). ‘Effect of Fermentation on Vitamin Content in Food’, in J. Frias, M. Martinez-Villaluenga and E. Peñas, (eds.), Fermented Foods in Health and Disease Prevention. London: Academic Press, pp. 130-157
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Founded by a team of scientists and healthcare professionals, FERMIO combines ancient healing traditions with state-of-the-art fermentation technology for modern wellness solutions