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Nutristar Algérie: Thirty years’ know-how in animal nutrition

Key information:

  • Algerian subsidiary of CCPA Group
  • Active in Algeria since 1996
  • Manufacturing facility at Béjaïa since 2001

Local expertise and Group R&D

Nutristar Algérie, a subsidiary of CCPA Group, formulates and manufactures in its factory feed concentrates including proteins, minerals, vitamins and trace elements, incorporated at rates of 2.5 to 10% in poultry and cattle feeds and CMV1%, a vitamin-rich mineral supplement, intended for poultry (broilers, laying hens, breeding hens), cattle and sheep. Nutristar Algérie also markets innovative additives used, among other things, to sustain growth and laying performance in very hot weather conditions. Formulated from natural active ingredients, these highly technical products are the fruit of Nutristar Algeria’s considerable R&D work through the CCPA Group and work undertaken on phytoexpertise in animal feed.

Technical and veterinary field monitoring

Its field team can call on a technical back-up service complete with a veterinarian, guaranteeing its availability, attentiveness and responsiveness to its local clients. This support includes visits and audits in livestock farms. Nutristar Algérie also makes ongoing investments at its industrial facility to improve the quality of its products and meet the specific expectations of its clients.

 

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