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Top Mushroom Company in Luxembourg

Biobritte Agro Solutions Private Limited is the world's biggest mushroom cultivation and processing company. 

Biobritte grows different types of mushrooms primarily including Oyster, Ganoderma lucidium, Cordyceps militaris, and others such as Shiitake, Turkey Tail Mushrooms, Lion's Mane mushrooms, Split gill mushrooms, Maitake mushrooms, etc.

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Biobritte grows these mushrooms organically using International Norms. 

Biobritte is also an ISO 22000:2018 FSMS Certified Company along with that HACCP, GMP Norms are strictly Maintained in working procedures. 

Biobritte is also an ISO 9001:2015 QMS Certified Company.

Biobritte's primary Products are

Mushroom Pure Culture supply in  Luxembourg
Mushroom Supply in  Luxembourg
Dry Mushroom Supply in  Luxembourg
Mushroom Powder Supply in  Luxembourg
Mushroom Capsules Supply in  Luxembourg
Mushroom Tablets Supply in  Luxembourg
Mushroom Extract Supply in  Luxembourg
Mushroom Kit Supply in  Luxembourg
Mushroom Equipment Supply in  Luxembourg

Biobritte's Primary Services are

Mushroom Training in  Luxembourg
Mushroom Cultivation Training Services in  Luxembourg
Mushroom Consultancy in  Luxembourg
Mushroom Farm Setup Consultancy in  Luxembourg
Mushroom Product Consultancy in  Luxembourg
Oyster Mushroom Consultancy in  Luxembourg
Ganoderma Mushroom Consultancy in  Luxembourg
Cordyceps Mushroom Consultancy in  Luxembourg
Button Mushroom Consultancy in  Luxembourg

For more details feel free to contact our International customer executive at 

Phone: +919850985511, +919130277943

Whatsapp: +919130277943, +919923806933


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