Exploring growth and investment opportunities in the Mauritius nutraceutical sector.
Mauritius is one of the world's biodiversity hotspots, characterised by high levels of unique and diverse species. Research undertaken by various players such as the Mauritius Research Council, the University of Mauritius, the Mauritius Oceanography Institute, and private companies have revealed great potential for developing the nutraceutical sector. Farmers, suppliers, research organisations and nutraceutical companies all have opportunities to be a part. In this podcast, sponsored by the Mauritius Economic Development Board, you’ll hear more about:
The potential of nutraceuticals in Mauritius
The various indigenous plants with nutraceutical benefits
Productivity and return on investment for the seven most promising plants
Incentives available to organisations investing in the nutraceutical sector
Guest: Dr Drishty Ramdenee, director, Mauritius Economic Development Board
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