The need to guarantee poultry absorption of a correct amount of nutrients in the intestine cannot disregard the degradation by the rumen microflora. For over 30 years our scientific research has set the goal to improve the poultry bypass so that a lower concentration of active ingredients in the diet leads to maximizing performance.


AviPremium® is a complete range of products based on tributyrin, a triglyceride of butyric acid that helps to maintain the integrity of the intestinal mucosa.



AviPremium® products are based on tributyrin, a triacylglycerol of butyric acid (EU Reg. 1831/2003; FDA 21 CFR 184.1903). Tributyrin is the most concentrated derivate of butyric acid on the market. The tributyrin in AviPremium® is more stable and has superior organoleptic characteristics than butyric acid. AviPremium® products are an alternative to Na-butyrate. In this product, the butyric acid from tributyrin is chemically protected and delivered where butyric acid can be effective. The esterification with glycerol allows the butyric acid to be released in the intestine due to the action of pancreatic lipases. Its microencapsulation allows further advantages and efficacy at the intestinal level.


The full range of products is composed of: AviPremium® L based on liquid tributyrin (85% butyric acid). AviPremium® D, a concentrated source of tributyrin in powder form (55% butyric acid). AviPremium® S and P where the tributyrin is microencapsulated within a vegetable lipid matrix according to the digestive characteristics of swine and poultry respectively (25% butyric acid).

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  • Poultry

    The concept of “gut health" is not well defined, but this concept has begun to play a very important role in the field of animal science. However, a clear definition of GIT health and the means by which to measure it are lacking. In vitro and ex vivo models can facilitate these studies, creating well-controlled and repeatable conditions to understand how to improve animal gut health.