Enzymotec Ltd.
Contact Info
Email: info@enzymotec.com
Contact: Hilla Attias/Eyal Afergan, Category Mgr.
Phone: 972 74 717 7177
Fax: 972 74 717 7001
Street Address
P.O. Box 6 Sagi 2000 Industrial Park
Migdal HaEmeq, 23106
- Astaxanthin
- Essential Fatty Acids (EFA)
- Fish Oil Supplements
- Krill Oil
Vitamins/Supplements (Cont'd)
- Phosphatidylserine
- Phospholipids
- Soya-Lecithin
Sharp GPC active
Sharp PS
Sharp PS Gold
Sharp PS Green
About Us

Industry Supplier of: Dynamic biotech company & a leading global supplier of lipid-based products & solutions. Develops, manufactures & markets biofunctional ingred., finished products.


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