Deerland Enzymes formulates dietary supplements based on enzymes and probiotics. The company also acts as a contract manufacturer.
The company said that to achieve a Halal certification, a facility must satisfy the stringent requirements for the manufacture of products that meet the strict Islamic guidelines dealing with hygiene, dietary regulation, raw material processing and ingredient packaging. “Along with the Star-K kosher certification, this allows Deerland’s customers to ensure their products are acceptable to consumers with religious dietary restrictions,” says Hope Hanley, Deerland Enzymes’ vice president of quality assurance and regulatory affairs.
In recent years Deerland has entered into an R&D alliance with Thione International. More recently, at the Expo West trade show in March of last year the company launched two enzyme formulations that target gluten and lactose intolerant consumers.