Natural alternatives for a Healthier and Greener planet

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Patented biotechnology

KitoZyme is the global leader in manufacturing Chitosan & Chitin-glucan from fungal origin. Thanks to its non-animal origin, our functional biopolymers open up a range of opportunities for many different industries that request to reduce or find greener alternatives of chemicals, plastic or animal-derived ingredients.

  • Consumer
    Healthcare
  • Winemaking
    technology
  • Agriculture
  • Personal
    Care

Ready-to-sell solutions for the Consumer Health market

Based on our vegetal biopolymers, significant microbiota knowledge and solid clinical and regulatory expertise, we are able to both develop and sell scientifically-proven finished products for the gastrointestinal diseases and obesity and overweight management

New tools designed specifically for Winemakers and Beverage technologists

KitoZyme has addressed the most important concerns of the industry with our new, non-animal exclusive solutions for the reduction of sulfites, microbiological control or chelation of heavy metals.

New biodegradable solutions to foster plant’s growth and development

KitoZyme has developed KitoGreen©, a novel biostimulant derived from non-GMO fungi. Fungal chitosan has scientifically proven effects on improving the efficiency of the plant’s metabolism  and increasing plant tolerance to abiotic stresses. It also facilitates nutrients absorption.

Latest news

Important announcement | Renewed CE-marking for our Medical Devices for Weight Management

KitoZyme introduces KiOsmetine, a patented range of non-animal chitosan | in Personal Care

KitoZyme launches effective vegetal solutions | for digestive health

KitoZyme healthcare solutions

KitoZyme product now labeled "bio" | for the treatment of organic wines

KitoZyme presents its new range of natural well-being products: YAW (You Are Wonderful) at CPHI Madrid

Discover the latest KitoZyme innovation to treat constipation at Booth I61 at Vitafoods

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