19 NOV 2017 COURIER MAIL
Anatara aims to launch its much-delayed pig-poo drug next year in Australia
ANATARA is hoping its delayed-pig diarrhoea treatment will be on the Australian market next year – and it’s even developed a new dosage gun to help boost sales.
“We’re all set to launch in Australia,” Anatara chairman Mel Bridges told investors at the Brisbane-based company’s annual general meeting last week.
The company has a submission with Australian regulators for its product and Mr Bridges said dealings with bureaucrats had gone smoothly with no red flags raised.
Anatara uses a substance derived from pineapples to help stop diarrhoea in pigs, and is marketing the substance as an alternative to antibiotics.
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