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Dr. Eger launches new healthy olive oil spreads March 31, 2009

Posted by israelhealthcare in Healthy Living.
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Healthy olive oil products developer firm Dr. Eger launches a new and healthy olive oil spreads that that is based on a technology breakthrough that maintains the fatty acid composition. Targeting the healthy and functional food market, the spreads can substitute margarine, butter and shortening and supply balanced fatty acids to the diet.

Te spreads are manufactured using a patented oil solidification process, which retains their original properties of all of the ingredients. They include functional ingredients such as Omega-3 fatty acids to preserve and provide great health benefits.

Dr. Eger Spreads are manufactured using a patented oil solidification process, which retains their original properties of all of the ingredients. The olive oil spreads are based on a patented technology developed by Dr. Shaul Eger with collaboration with Professor Ishak Neeman, an Associate Professor at the Department of Food Engineering and Biotechnology at the Technion Institute of Technology in Haifa, Israel.

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STARLIMS Technologies selected for $4 million LIMS project from biotech firm March 5, 2009

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Laboratory information management systems provider STARLIMS Technologies (LIMS) has been selected by a global biotechnology company for a multi-site project. The contract value is approximately $4 million, which includes licenses for the Company’s web-based software, initial consulting and professional services and first-year maintenance.

STARLIMS’s web-based LIMS will replace the first-generation LIMS currently in use in the customer’s laboratories. The STARLIMS solution, which will be implemented at the customer’s quality assurance/quality control laboratories in the United States, Europe and Asia, will also provide scientific data management (SDMS) capabilities and electronic laboratory notebook functionality (ELN).

This project will be the first major implementation of STARLIMS Electronic Notebook, a software solution designed to replace paper notebooks, which are still in widespread use in quality assurance and quality control laboratories.

STARLIMS provides laboratory information management systems (LIMS), that improves the reliability of laboratory sampling processes, supports compliance with domestic and international regulations and industry standards, and provides comprehensive reporting, monitoring and analysis capabilities. With operations in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Israel and Hong Kong, the company serves over 500 organizations in 40 countries.

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