There are several main areas where the use of taurine is necessary. The first is the food industry, in particular the production of energy drinks. Another area where taurine consumption continues to increase is in sports nutrition. Due to the fact that in most vegan and vegetarian diets, the concentration of taurine and sulfuric amino acids is insufficient, that is why taurine supplementation is recommended for people on such diets.
In order to ensure that baby formula is properly balanced, taurine must be added. In mammalian milk the taurine content is low (also in cow's milk; whey proteins form the basis for the production of infant milk). Taurine deficiency in the early stages of life negatively affects, among others, the development of the brain and retina.
Taurine is also of great importance to animal feed manufacturers, among them the producers of cat food are definitely in the first place. Cats need large amounts of taurine for proper functioning of their nervous system and metabolism.
Taurine is an essential amino acid for cats and must be ingested with food. Taurine is also more and more often added to fodder for certain fish species (in particular salmonids) and as reenforcing additives for poultry.
Taurine is packed in 1000 Kg Big-bags as well as 25 Kg bags which are palletized in 1000 Kg.
Taurine should be used within 12 months from the production date.
The product is impervious to external conditions, however it is recommended to store in locations where humidity does not exceed 80% and avoid transport, during which the dew point may be reached reached.
|Loss after drying||< 0.2%|
|Inorganic substances content||≤ 0.1%|
|Heavy metal content||≤ 10ppm|
On request, it is possible to perform the additional microbiological analyzes:
Bacillus cereus, Enterobacteriaceae, Clostridium perfringens, mold and yeast concentration.