Food giants pushing Agolin in dairy rations – eDairyNews
Canada |24 septiembre, 2020

Nestle | Food giants pushing Agolin in dairy rations

Food giants such as Nestle are pushing dairy farmers to add Agolin to their rations because it reduces greenhouse gas emissions.

It’s a blend of coriander, clove and carrot extracts.

Some dairy farmers, such as John Verway of California, think it may also increase milk production because less energy would be lost to belches. So far he hasn’t been able to determine the answer, according to a report by Reuters news agency.

“But Verwey figures he has positioned himself for a world where consumers care more about greenhouse gas emissions from livestock.”

Burger King is also running trials to determine how burger customers respond to beef from cattle fed Agolin rations.

Agolin could become a multi-billion product, says the Reuters report.

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