April 16, 2014

Clean Technology

Osprey Biotechnics

| 9/27/2013
Logistics in Florida

Osprey Biotechnics, a Florida-based clean-tech firm creating beneficial bacteria products to promote animal and plant health and environmental restoration, is expanding its physical presence and workforce to launch a new product line. The result: 35 new jobs and a capital investment of $3.37 million.

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— Lauren Danielson
President and CEO
Osprey Biotechnics

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