Press Releases • Nov 13, 2017 17:12 GMT
Mootral is saving the environment one cow at a time with an all-natural feed supplement that reduces cows’ methane gas emissions.
Press Releases • Oct 09, 2017 16:29 GMT
From October 7 to 20, Zaluvida’s burger food truck stops at eleven German cities to introduce climate-smart cows
Press Releases • Oct 05, 2017 09:00 GMT
Zaluvida, the pioneering Swiss-based life science group, presented this week its natural technology Mootral, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions from cows by at least 30%.
Press Releases • Oct 05, 2017 06:00 GMT
Recent scientific findings show that global methane emissions produced by livestock are higher than estimated. In this respect, Zaluvida’s Mootral is an instant problem-solver.
Press Releases • Aug 15, 2017 13:26 GMT
Zaluvida appoints Dr. Graham Dixon as Group Head of R&D and Chief Operating Officer for Neem Biotech
Press Releases • Aug 08, 2017 06:30 GMT
Zaluvida Corporate AG, a Swiss-based pioneering life science company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Graham Dixon as Group Head of R&D for the entire Zaluvida group, effect immediately.
Press Releases • Aug 03, 2017 06:30 GMT
New Milestone in Fighting Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Cows. Zaluvida Corporate AG, a Swiss-based pioneering life science company, announced today the formation of the Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) for its Mootral technology that tackles greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in agriculture.
Press Releases • Aug 02, 2017 06:30 GMT
Former Ryanair PR boss joins Swiss biotech. Zaluvida Corporate AG, a Swiss-based pioneering life science company, announced today that Daniel de Carvalho joined its leadership team as Global Director of Communications, effective immediately.
BusinessGreen publishes Insight Report on tackling livestock emissions as an innovative and rapidly expanding new market
Press Releases • Jun 21, 2017 08:51 GMT
Released on June 21, the BusinessGreen Insight Report takes a close look at all companies that are offering solutions and technologies to limit methane emitted by cattle.
Press Releases • Jun 01, 2017 09:26 GMT
Life-science group Zaluvida announced today that the results of several surveys conducted across Europe and North America confirm that 50% of consumers are willing to pay more for climate-smart products. Over 80% of the people polled expressed their concern about climate change and believe that the agricultural sector contributes to the emission of Greenhouse Gases (GHGs).