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Natap®+ ultrapure natamycin is produced by a pure culture ofStreptomyces natalensis bacteria following a strictly controlled fermentation process, the product is specially used as to treat fungal infections, including Candida, Aspergillus, Cephalosporium, Fusarium and Penicillium in animal feeds, eye infection and biochemical pesticide.
Natap®+ ultrapure natamycin is produced by a pure culture of Streptomyces natalensis bacteria following a strictly controlled fermentation process, the product is specially used as to treat fungal infections, including Candida, Aspergillus, Cephalosporium, Fusarium and Penicillium in animal feeds, eye infection and biochemical pesticide.
- Prevention of the germination of fungal spores
- No effects on fungal mycelia
- Natural, friendly-labeling
Natamycin content (dried base w/w)
Loss on drying (w/w)
Total plate count (/g)
White to creamy-white crystalline powder
pH of 1% aqueous solution
Appear positive reaction
[α] D20 + 250° ~ + 295°
Sulphated ash (w/w)
Natap® + is available in 500gr/bottle with integral, tamper-proof seals. Plastic bottle materials comply with Regulation (EU) No 10/2011.
24 months, store unopened below 20°C in dry conditions, away from direct sunlight and odorous products. When opened, store at approx. 20°C in original container.
According to regulations (EC) no. 1829/2003. Microorganisms used to produce this product are not genetically modified.
Peanut or its derivatives
Tree Nuts, macadamia nuts, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios and walnuts or their derivatives
Sesame or its derivatives
Eggs or its derivatives
Fish or its derivatives
Crustaceans and shellfish or their derivative
Soy or its derivatives
Wheat, triticale or their derivatives
Mustard or its derivatives
Milk or its derivatives (e.g. Lactose)
Eye infection treatment, Biochemical Pesticide
In the United States, Natamycin is approved by FDA as an additive to the feed and drinking water of broiler chickens to retard the growth of specific molds (21CFR573.685). Natamycin is also FDA approved for use as a treatment to suppress fungal eye infections such as blepharitis, conjunctivitis and keratitis.
On August 17, 2007, the EPA’s Biochemical Classification Committee classified Natamycin as a Biochemical Pesticide active ingredient, and -Streptomyces lydicus (the source of Natamycin)is currently registered by the Agency under Registration Nos. 73314-1, -2, and -4 as a microbial pesticide for greenhouse, nursery, turfgrass, agricultural, and seed treatment uses.