Live micro-organisms to support health
Why NZMP Probiotics?
Our probiotic offerings are available in a range of freeze-dried powers with varying specifications to suit the different needs of both infants (Paediatrics Portfolio) and adult consumers (Sports and Active Lifestyle Portfolio).
SureStart™ BifidoB HN019™
A probiotic that supports immunity and digestive health in infants and young children.
SureStart™ LactoB HN001™
A probiotic that supports immunity and health for mothers, infants and young children.
Probiotics ingredients for use in sports and lifestyle nutrition products
These offerings are suitable for ready-to-mix powdered beverages, dry supplement (i.e. capsule, sachet or stick) and some cultured applications.
NZMP BifidoB HN019TM
A probiotic that helps to reduce gut discomfort, and constipation, whilst reducing risk of certain types of infection.
NZMP LactoB HN001TM
A probiotic which supports a healthy immune system and digestive health by improving gut integrity and barrier function.
Download our whitepapers to learn more
How probiotics can influence several aspects of digestive health and overall wellbeing.
How probiotics work with the immune system to support health.
Understanding how probiotics can influence mental wellbeing via the microbiota-gut-brain axis.
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Galacto-oligosaccharide (GOS) is a dairy-derived prebiotic, which is the perfect complement to probiotics.
Our probiotic offerings for Ready-to-mix applications are prefect for pairing with many of our protein ingredients.
NOTE: NZMP LactoB 001 & SureStartTM LactoB001 are exclusively trademarked by Fonterra as HN001TM. LactoB 001's scientific strain name is Lacticaseibacillus rhamnosus HN001. NZMP BifidoB 019 and SureStartTM BifidoB 019 are exclusively trademarked by Fonterra as HN019TM. BifidoB 019's scientific strain name is Bifidobacterium animalis subspecies lactis HN019.
* In April 2020 the Lactobacillus genus was reclassified, resulting in a name change of our probiotic from Lactobacillus rhamnosus HN001 to Lacticaseibacillus rhamnosus HN001. There is no change to the abbreviated scientific notation L.rhamnosus HN001. Additional information can be found here.