Latest Research by Novus to be Displayed at Annual Poultry Nutrition Symposium in Spain

SPAIN - Novus International, Inc., as a leader in animal nutrition and health solutions, is proud to support the global poultry industry and share its latest research through a Diamond Sponsorship at the 21st European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition.
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Novus’s innovations in minerals and eubiotics will be on display at the scientific conference in Salou/Vila-Seca, Spain, May 8-11.

“We are bringing some of our latest research to ESPN this year,” said Silvia Peris, head of technical services in Europe and the Middle East for Novus. “The results of this work look very promising for the future of the poultry industry since we do address several challenges our customers face today. We are excited to share these findings with the European scientific world”

More than 1,000 participants are expected to attend this year’s conference. ESPN gives industry representatives the opportunity to learn from one another by discussing critical topics in their fields during the conference and poster sessions. Novus will present its latest advances in poultry nutrition with five research posters, including three from Novus Europe, one from Novus Asia and one in collaboration with the University of Berlin.

“We have dedicated a lot of time and resources into the poultry nutrition sector, and these findings are the direct results of that commitment,” said Peris.

Novus will also host the ESPN Gala Dinner on Wednesday May 10th at Tarraco Arena Plaça, known as the old bull arena, which represents a reference site in Catalonia and a great place to host large scale events. The beautiful venue will also feature flamenco, castellers, and tenors for entertainment.

For more information about Novus’s presence at the ESPN or the Gala Dinner, please visit

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