Untapping every body's potential

Untapping every body's potential

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Bifidobacterium are one of the major genera of probiotic bacteria that make up the gastrointestinal tract microbiota in mammals. They help the host perform essential functions such as digestion and staving off harmful bacteria.


Streptococcus is heterogeneous group of Gram-positive bacteria, has broad significance in medicine and industry. The probiotic species thermophilus is characterised by its rapid growth and active fermentation properties of milk which is one of two original strains used to make yogurt.  


Lactobacillus is the largest genus within the group of lactic acid bacteria and plays an important role in human health. Lactobacillus is the most common probiotic found in food, and it is diverse in its application to maintain human life and well-being.


Probiotic strains with high potential and health benefits have been identified which include traditional genera and organisms under investigation as novel biotherapeutics mainly from the genera Bacteroides, Akkermasia, Faecalibacterium, Eubacterium and Prevotella


The human body is comprised of diverse micro-ecosystems of bacteria, each which have unique and varying functions within the body. Most of these bacteria are beneficial – these ‘good’ bacteria are known as probiotics. Probiotics can assist your body to produce vitamins, absorb nutrients from your food, and even help regulate your mood. Probiotic bacteria can also serve as placeholders, taking up room by colonising within your digestive tract so that other bacteria can’t settle in, multiply, and create chaos for your system.

Probiotics by Industry Sector

Functional Food & Beverages

Today an increase in knowledge of functional foods and beverages has led to develop foods and drinks with health benefits beyond adequate nutrition. The presence of probiotics in commercial food products and beverages has been claimed for certain health benefits. This has led to industries focusing on different applications of probiotics in food products and creating a new generation of ‘probiotic health’ foods and drinks.

Dietary Supplements

Healthy people should be the first to take probiotics, because it makes their general health better and defends them from diverse kinds of illnesses. Probiotics display numerous health benefits beyond providing basic nutritional value. These evidences have been established by scientific testing and clinical trials in humans or animals.


Empower your pets and animals with our new range of Probiotic Australia Bacteria  (PAB™) products that enables Microbiome Enrichment for your loving animals. Just like us, our pets and animals rely on their gut microbiome for good health. They need as much care and attention, if not more as they are exposed to challenges of the changing environment.


Research & Development

We have a Dynamic team of industry experts including scientists, doctors and professions covering fields in microbiology, bio-chemical, food science, business and engineering. Research and development is part of our founding ethos and is part of who we are and what we do.

Biotech Contract Manufacturing

Biological products are complex and hard to make, which helps to explain why biotech manufacturing plants are huge and expensive to build. Probiotics Australia have created a new biomanufacturing plant that can cater for the next-generation of biotechnologies and advancing our goals of bringing the biotech revolution to more people around the world.

Microbiology Services

Our professional specialist team provide quality laboratory services using the latest microbiological techniques and technologies which includes, contamination control, probiotic enumeration, stability design and DNA identification.

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