About Oriental Yeast Co (OYC)
The Oriental Yeast Company was established in the year 1929 as manufacturer for baker's yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae). Today, Oriental Yeast Co. successfully serves many different markets, has more than 600 employees and possesses not only their head office in Tokio, but numerous branches on all continents. The company expanded continuously with production of supplies for food industry and started to produce animal feed for laboratory animals. In the year 1987 Oriental Yeast Co. entered the market of Life Sciences with the opening of the Nagahama Institute for Biochemical Science. From this moment on, the in-house research development began their work in the field of biotechnology, which resulted in the successful and continuous development and production of numerous enzymes, coenzymes, proteins and antibodies. High product quality is the main focus of Oriental Yeast Co. and in order to meet this task, strict quality controls during design, development, production and sales are set up.
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