ZALUVIDA AND MOOTRALTM PRESENT A NEW CLIMATE SOLUTION AT THE THINK 20 SUMMIT

FIRST-EVER CLIMATE-SMART DESSERT

BERLIN, Germany, 2017-Jun-01 — /EPR Network/ — Located in the heart of Berlin, the Think 20 Summit 2017 (May 29-30) brought together the network of research institutes and think tanks from the G20 countries. By adding a commercial focus to climate- related measures, the life science group Zaluvida is at the forefront of delivering an innovative solution to climate change: a healthier climate paired with better returns for farmers. Zaluvida is a corporate member of the T20 Summit and was present on-site throughout the two days, offering the world’s first “Moouseau Chocolat”, prepared with climate-smart MootralTM-milk.

“Saving our climate is the crucial task of the upcoming decade – but doing what has to be done is easiest when people see a tangible outcome”, says Michael Mathres, President of MootralTM, “This is what our Moouseau Chocolate stands for: climate-smart dairy as well as beef products, that offer both better returns for farmers and a fast, significant contribution towards fighting climate change.”

According to Zaluvida Group CEO Christoph Staeuble, the T20 Summit it a perfect stage for creating awareness, among the world’s most important thought leaders: “Mootral is a market solution creating value and a win-win-win-win situation for farmers, industry, retail and consumers. A commercial aspect is absolutely necessary to align market forces with the bright thinkers of our time, present here at T20.”

About MootralTM

MootralTM is a Zaluvida Technology. By applying unique bioactive compounds in animal feed, MootralTM reduces greenhouse gas emissions by the agricultural sector and enables increased revenues from climate smart meat and dairy products. Therefore, MootralTM facilitates the value of animal products and a more conscious consumption while simultaneously making a large contribution in reaching the set climate goals.

For further information visit: www.mootral.com

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