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Phytocontrol Group acquires All Phyto

The Phytocontrol group, laboratories specializing in food and environmental safety, announces the acquisition of All Phyto.

Integration of an expert in plant analysis...

Located in the Drôme region and founded in 1998, All Phyto, formerly LPPAM, Laboratoire provençal de plantes aromatiques et médicinales, ensures quality control of medicinal plants, spices, aromatics and ingredients of natural origin used in the manufacture of agri-food, cosmetic, nutraceutical and phytotherapeutic products. It also develops physico-chemical analysis methods; over 500 are currently available to study the identity, purity, composition, authenticity and origin of plant-based products. The laboratory holds "good manufacturing practice" pharmaceutical establishment approval issued by ANSM, is accredited by the Laboratoires section of Cofrac, and is ISO 14001 and ISO17025 certified.

By drawing on All Phyto's unique know-how in the field of phytotherapy, the Phytocontrol group is adding a high value-added offering to its range of services, in response to growing customer demand.

... which enables Phytocontrol to strengthen its Biopharma division 

The acquisition of All Phyto brings growth opportunities and enables Phytocontrol to open up a fourth market within its Biopharma division. Created in 2016, it currently serves 3 industries: crop protection (Agrosciences), cosmetics (Cosmetic) and chemicals (Chemicals & Materials). The acquisition of All Phyto gives it a new dynamic.

"We are proud to join All Phyto, a company whose activities complement those of Phytocontrol. The use of plants is booming, and we wanted to be able to meet the expectations of consumers, who are increasingly attentive to their health and in search of natural products whose origin and composition they want to know".comments Mikaël Bresson, President and founder of Phytocontrol.

With the increasing use of plants leading to fraud, particularly due to the disappearance of certain species, it is essential to guarantee their authenticity. Edmond Bourny, President of All Phyto, will be speaking at the 2nd edition of the international Food Risk symposium organized by Phytocontrol on June 8 and 9, on this theme and that of food safety.

Photo: Edmond Bourny, President of All Phyto and Mikaël Bresson, President of Phytocontrol © Phytocontrol

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