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Company name:  BENEO GmbH

Address: Maximilianstrasse 10, 68165 Mannheim

Telephone: +49 621 421-150        

Fax:  +49 621 421-160

E-mail:contact@beneo.com

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As part of the Südzucker Group, BENEO GmbH offers a pharma grade excipient derived from the sugar beet: galenIQTM. This highly functional filler-binder is characterised by its good flavour, ease of use and applicability to a wide range of solid and liquid dosage forms such as tablets, sachets, lozenges and syrups. In addition, it is also low-glycaemic and non-cariogenic.

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