EU Business Round-Up: ColdZyme Heading To MENA, Kerry Expands Probiotics Offering, Galenica Launches Vita-Merfen
Latest EU company news: Enymatica strikes deal to take its ColdZyme common cold product into MENA; Ireland's Kerry snaps up Canadian probiotics specialist Bio-K Plus; and Switerland's Galenica relaunches Vita-Merfen after a five-year absence.
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