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AnteoTech signs SEA distributor for EuGeni

Nanotechnology company AnteoTech has appointed South East Asian distributors for the Brisbane company’s EuGeni SARS-CoV-2 antigen rapid diagnostic test (pictured). Biomed Global Sdn. Bhd will distribute the EuGeni reader platform and rapid tests in Malaysia. Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand and Myanmar. AnteoTech specialises in surface chemistry, and has core nanoparticle technologies applied in energy and life sciences industries. EuGeni is an alternative to existing nasopharyngeal tests.

Forbidden Foods appoints Philippine distributor

Sustainable infant, toddler health and plant-based ingredients company Forbidden Foods has appointed Moshi Wellness OPC as distributor of its FUNCH and Sensory Mill brand foods in the Philippines. Forbidden has already supplied trial orders to Moshi, which will take over the company’s e-commerce stores. Moshi will distribute the brands in grocery stores, pharmacies, baby stores and through supermarket chains. The company has previously appointed distributors in China, Vietnam, and Malaysia, as well as launching FUNCH infant and toddler brand on Tmall.

JAT will distribute baby care range

China product export specialist Jatcorp (JAT) has agreed to act as Australian distributor for baby care products from one of its partners in China. The company, which sells a wide range of Australian-made infant, baby and dairy products in China, will distribute Chinese brand BabyCare manufactured by Hangzhou Babycare Baby Products, initially through pharmacy chains. The BabyCare range includes approximately 200,000 products. JAT’s strategy is to broaden its trading base so it is less reliant on export of Australian goods to China.

Picture: AnteoTech

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