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October 5, 2022

Dacia Plant celebrated 11 years in operation

Dacia Plant opened Friday its gates to the public and shared the results of its projects for the last year, on the occasion of celebrating 11 years in activity.
In 2012, Dacia Plant had an increase of 26 pc compared to 2011, maintaining its strong upward trend registered over the last years. For this year, the management of the company estimates a similar growth.
Last year, one of the company’s major guidelines was the continuous collaboration with the medical world, aimed at launching the best and efficient food supplements. This year the company launched, jointly with Prof. Dr. Farm Ursula Stanescu, member of the Academy of Medical Sciences, a series of blister pills based on combinations of standardised vegetal extracts.
Moreover, in order to increase the awareness of the Romanian medical world over the results registered globally by modern phytotherapy, Dacia Plant launched a medical quarterly magazine named ‘Natura Medicatrix’ that synthesises actual international clinical studies and is distributed quarterly to specialist and family physicians.
As clinical studies are those which scientifically demonstrate the effectiveness of a product, the company decided last year that Interferonat, one of the landmark products of the company, will be introduced in a national clinical study. Furthermore, Dacia Plant started a pilot project aimed at preserving and promoting the Romanian sorts of vegetables genetically unmodified and destined to cultivation in bio system. Over 20,000 saplings were thus traded.

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