Angel Yeast attended the Seminar at Hanoi University for wine


by Fangfang

On 11 December 2018, the Distilled Spirits & Biofuels Department of Angel participated in the wine and fruit wine technical seminar held by ICFOOD at Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Vietnam. More than 100 fruit wine producers and university teachers and students participated in the seminar.
Vietnam is rich in tropical fruits. In addition to export, Improving the added value of residual fruits has become a concerning problem. Making wine used these fruits become an essential way to solve the problem and it will meet the development of the local fruit wine market.
In this seminar, the Distilled Spirits & Biofuels Department of Angel made a speech about wine fermentation technical to Vietnamese wine producer. The speech, including wine yeast and fermentation nutrition, attracted attention from wine producer and University professors.
After the seminar, Professor CHU KY SON, School of Biotechnology and Food Technology, Vietnam University of Science and Technology, invited us to make a further technical communication inSchool of Biotechnology and Food Technology.


Angel can provide brewing yeasts, ingredients and related technical services for the production of wine, beer, and other brewing liquor. All our products are natural, safe, and of high quality. With the current energy shortages around the world, the production of fuel ethanol through yeast fermentation has become an inevitable trend.
About Angel:
Angel Yeast Company is a high-tech listed company specializing in yeast and biotech. Product business covers Yeast and Baking, Yeast Extract-Savoury, Nutrition & Health and Biotechnology fields. It is one of the world's leading companies in the yeast industry. Angel has 12 holding subsidiaries and provides products and services for more than 150 countries and regions.

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Angel Yeast Co., Ltd.

Yichang, Hubei, China

Ryan Wu
Tel.: +86 717 6353619


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