Clasado Biosciences’ prebiotic receives approval for 22 FSANZ self-substantiated claims

The available claims for Bimuno GOS center around supporting the gut microbiome, maintaining digestive health, and supporting immune function.

The Food Standards Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ) authority added 22 self-substantiated food-health relationship claims for Clasado Biosciences’ (Reading, UK) prebiotic galactooligosaccharide ingredient, Bimuno GOS, in the FSANZ database of food-health relationships.The submissions were made in collaboration with Australia/New Zealand distribution partner Pathway International Pty Ltd.

“We are delighted that FSANZ has now added 22 food-health relationship claims for Bimuno GOS to their database as a result of the submission made in collaboration with Pathway International,” said Per Rehné, CEO at Clasado Biosciences, in a press release. “This is particularly important for us at Clasado, as it signifies the added value that prebiotic Bimuno offers in relation to health benefits for the consumer on pack.”

The available claims for Bimuno GOS center around supporting the gut microbiome, maintaining digestive health, and supporting immune function. As required under self-substantiation, the 22 claims have undergone a rigorous and independent systematic review process and are underpinned by Bimuno GOS’s scientific portfolio, which includes over 100 scientific publications and more than 20 clinical trials.