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Deerland Probiotics & Enzymes & Probiotics recently expanded its manufacturing capabilities by opening a new, state-of-the-art facility dedicated to providing the optimal environment for handling probiotics. The new Deerland Probiotics facility is truly innovative, designed to accommodate the growing demand for high quality probiotic supplements. It features stringent temperature and humidity controls in the production zone, 24/7 wireless temperature monitoring and alert system, best-in-class insulated roof and epoxy flooring, a vapor barrier, low carbon footprint, and Sanisteel® wall panels with antibacterial properties. Its multiple laboratory spaces are designed for research, development and prototyping as well as testing of spore and non-spore probiotic strains. The dedicated walk-in freezer for probiotics raw material storage and linear floor plan ensures ingredient potency and safety.
Customers absolutely expect and deserve a facility of this caliber. Those who come in for a tour leave with a real sense of security and quality, and immediately see that this facility offers multiple layers of innovation all designed to create the best products possible. Customers partner with Deerland to create products that are safe and efficacious, and this facility is a key part of what makes these partnerships so effective. Watch below to learn more!
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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.