What are enzymes?
Enzymes are proteins – primary constituents of all living organisms. They act as catalysts, which means that they make biochemical reactions happen faster than they would otherwise. Without enzymes, those reactions simply would not occur or would run too slowly to sustain life. For example, without enzymes, digestion would be impossible.
Enzymes are proteins, vital components of any living organism: microorganisms, plants, animals and us, humans.
AMFEP co-sign Joint Stakeholder statement on Promoting sustainable use and conservation of biodiversity through open exchange of Digital Sequence Information (22 June 2018)
Please find attached AMFEP-FEDIMA position on OEL (Occupational Exposure Limit) proposals for fungal alpha-amylase in The Netherlands
Guidance for the safe handling of raw materials and ingredients that contain enzymes