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Can multi-step enzymatic processing unlock the full potential of our raw materials?

Published: 01, 16, 2019 | Updated: 01, 16, 2019

Enzymatic hydrolysis is an important technology for Norilia - it is used to create our poultry protein and oil ingredients. This technology is efficient and creates high quality ingredients – but what if adding additional processing steps could unlock even more of the raw material benefits for our customers? Investigating the potential and added value of multi-step enzymatic hydrolysis processing, or in other words, cascade technology, is the focus of the Notably research project, led by Nofima AS.

Plaster with Norilia's eggshell membrane ready for testing in hospitals

Published: 12, 20, 2018 | Updated: 12, 21, 2018

Our eggshell membrane ingredients is one of our success stories. Biovotec has developed a new type of plaster that will be used to heal chronic sores. The eggshell membrane plaster is now ready to be tested in hospitals.

Norilia featured in two podcasts

Published: 12, 05, 2018 | Updated: 12, 14, 2018

Norilia has recently been featured in two podcasts recorded for the website of Norsk Landbrukssamvirke: one about the potential for our raw materials in health applications, and one about the future of Norwegian wool (podcasts in Norwegian).

Norwegian Wool Day

Published: 10, 03, 2018 | Updated: 12, 21, 2018

On the 15th of October, Norilia was hosting the Norwegian Wool Day together with The Federation of Norwegian Industries.

NorZymeD project final seminar

Published: 10, 01, 2018 | Updated: 12, 14, 2018

Norilia was a partner in the NorzymeD project - now this project has been finalized, and it had a final seminar on the 18th of October.

Norwegian Wool available as insulation for sports- and active wear

Published: 10, 01, 2018 | Updated: 12, 21, 2018

Through Norilia's cooperation with Baur Vliesstoffe and their brand Lavalan® , Norwegian Wool is now available as insulation for sports- and active wear.

E S P impresses at Oslo Runway

Published: 10, 01, 2018 | Updated: 12, 21, 2018

Oslo Runway is the premier Norwegian fashion week event. Designer Elisabeth Stray Pedersen, specializing in wool coats, jackets and scarves made by Norwegian lamb wool, is described as one of the shooting stars of Norwegian fashion. Her show at Oslo Fashion Week for AW 18 was by many selected as one of the highlights of the week.