Antimicrobials and Fermentates


  • BioVia Antimicrobial blends

Effective microbial control for uncured and cured meat and poultry products, with the benefit of cleaner labeling.

  • MicroGARD® Fermentates

MicroGARD® is a patented natural, clean-label range for shelf life protection.

  • Natamax® Antimicrobial

With natamycin as its active compound, the effect of Natamax® Antimicrobial has been demonstrated in many food products over a wide range of pH values and after heat treatment.

  • Nisaplin® Antimicrobial

Nisaplin is a heat-stable non-dairy based antimicrobial product used in a wide range of foods.

  • NovaGARD®

Good alone, better together - powerful combinations to control both spoilage and pathogenic microorganisms and extend shelf life.

Combined with a good manufacturing process, our DuPont™ Danisco® antimicrobials extend the shelf-life of food – and keeps it pathogen-free.

Increasing shelf life and eliminating pathogens

Today’s consumers want safe, long-lasting food. And our line of antimicrobials helps you achieve a long shelf life for your products without complicating your manufacturing processes.

Protecting food quality with antimicrobials

Antimicrobials kill or inhibit the growth of microorganisms in food – without affecting the consumer. The DuPont™ Danisco® range of natural and synthetic antimicrobials ensures your food lasts longer and stays free of harmful pathogens.

Our antimicrobials also help keep your food tasting, smelling and looking fresh; reduce waste during processing; and maintain consumer confidence in your brand.

How our antimicrobials can help you

Whether used as a topical rinse or an ingredient in the manufacturing process, our safe and effective antimicrobials are ideal for use in an array of foods and beverages. The right one depends on your product and market.

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