Clasado Biosciences (‘Clasado’), a global leader in the development of scientifically proven prebiotic ingredients and product solutions for the human gut microbiome, is delighted to announce that its consumer prebiotic supplement, Bimuno® DAILY, has been awarded ‘Assistant’s Choice’ at the Pharmacy Product of the Year (PPoY) Awards 2021.
Hosted by Independent Community Pharmacist magazine, the PPoY Awards are voted for by independent pharmacists and their teams. They highlight the products that pharmacists regard as the most valuable for consumers across a range of a diverse health and wellbeing categories.
Per Rehné, CEO at Clasado, commented: “We are extremely proud that Bimuno DAILY has picked up another award. It’s testament to the ongoing development and hard work of our team, as well as the rapidly increasing consumer awareness of prebiotics.
“As a leader in microbiome science, it’s particularly pleasing for our supplement to be selected by the professionals that work closely with these categories every day. Bimuno DAILY is clearly hitting the right notes with consumers, as well as the professionals. As we know, 2021 is set to be a big year for prebiotics and we remain at the forefront.”
Bimuno DAILY is a versatile powder supplement that nourishes bifidobacteria, a ‘good gut bacteria’ that is associated with several key positive health outcomes, influencing areas such as immune health and cognition.
The key functional ingredient in the supplement is Bimuno®, the prebiotic galactooligosaccharide (GOS) ingredient that Clasado offers to brands in the nutraceutical and functional food sectors for their own product development.
Per concluded: “We are delighted with the acceleration of our proprietary prebiotic ingredient Bimuno as we continue to extend our global reach. The awards picked up by Bimuno® DAILY show the real commercial appeal on offer to brands within their own products and formulations. The future for prebiotics is looking very bright, and we look forward to playing our part in driving the health and nutrition sector forward.”