<strong>World first in new generation ingredient</strong> A-Mansia Biotech’s pasteurised <em>Akkermansia muciniphila</em>is the first next generation bacterium to get green light from EFSA’s scientific council


A milestone for people at risk of cardiovascular disease, obesity and diabetes On September 1st  2021, the EFSA panel made public their decision that pasteurised Akkermansia muciniphila is considered safe as a food ingredient at the specified conditions of use and intake levels (NF 2019/1366, EFSA-Q-2019-00767) The decision is a pivotal milestone for applicant A-Mansia […]

The International Scientific Association of Probiotics and Prebiotics (ISAPP) consensus statement on the definition and scope of postbiotics !

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A panel of ISAPP experts reviewed and proposed the definition and scope of “postbiotics”. The purpose of this panel was to consider the scientific, commercial and regulatory parameters encompassing this emerging term, propose a useful definition and thereby establish a foundation for future developments. After extensive discussion, a consensus was reached among ISAPP experts on […]

Welcome to the new CEO of<br /> A-Mansia, Michael Oredsson.

Michael Oredsson

Michael Oredsson has 30 years’ experience in senior roles in Life Science and FMCG, including more than 20 years as CEO in listed and private companies. During that period, he also served as chairman and held board positions in a number of life science companies. Before joining A-Mansia, Michael held notable positions as CEO of […]

Supplementation with <i>Akkermansia muciniphila</i> in overweight and obese human volunteers: a proof-of-concept exploratory study – Nature medicine – 01 July 2019

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Metabolic syndrome is characterized by a constellation of comorbidities that predispose individuals to an increased risk of developing cardiovascular pathologies as well as type 2 diabetes mellitus1 . The gut microbiota is a new key contributor involved in the onset of obesity-related disorders2 . In humans, studies have provided evidence for a negative correlation between […]

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