Celebrating 100 years since the creation of its first yogurt, Danone has opened its collection of 1,800 strains for research purposes. 193 lactic and bifidobacteria ferment strains, as well as 1,600 strains are made available for researchers around the world, with the sole aim of sharing our legacy for the benefit of all. While reinforcing our commitment to promoting open science, this move will also contribute to delivering on our 2030 Goals and the ongoing food revolution.
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