VemoZyme® AquaPro is a premium multienzyme complex that contains: Protease, Mannanase, NSP enzymes, Phytase, Lysozyme, Glucose Oxydase combined together with one of the most effective lactobacillus, probiotic complex available. VemoZyme® AquaPro is an exceptional solution for productivity and immune strength in Aquacultures.


WHY VemoZyme® AquaPro?


Plant-based components have proven to be the most economically viable substitute for fish in the aquafeed sector. This shift has led to a rise in the presence of indigestible carbohydrates, such as non-starch polysaccharides, within the feed composition. These carbohydrates, while abundant, tend to lower the energy density of the feeds, thereby diminishing the digestibility and bioavailability of essential nutrients.


Studies show that non-ruminants are able to digest only 80 to 90% of the total protein available from feed. The other 10-20% make their way to the colon, where the protein takes part in a process known as hindgut fermentation. Protein fermentation facilitates the development of pathogenic bacteria that cause inflammation and damage the small intestine lining. The infected animals rarely recover, and the ones that do lose a lot of body mass.

Fishmeal is a superb protein source for aquafeeds, boasting a high crude protein content (65 - 75%).
However, the surge in aquaculture production, coupled with the escalating cost and limited availability of fishmeal, has generated a growing need for cost-effective feed alternatives that can match or closely approximate the performance of fishmeal.
This new microclimate has caused farmers to look towards the protease enzyme family as a way to decrease feed costs by making protein in feed more digestible, which reduces feed consumption and keep the animal healthier.

The formulation of a nutritionally balanced and economically efficient diet for aquaculture presents a formidable challenge.
In this context, the incorporation of a broad-spectrum protease proves to be invaluable.
It effectively enhances the solubility and digestibility of proteins within the feed ingredients, yielding favorable physiological and structural outcomes in the small intestine.
This strategic addition serves as a pivotal solution for the optimization of aquaculture nutrition.

Proteolytic enzymes target specific bonds present in the protein molecule.

As a result of the proteinase activity the proein molecules are cut into smaller pieces known as polypeptides.

And ultimately the polypeptides are cut into their building blocks - amino acids.

Adding protease to high protein diets IMPROVES ANIMAL PERFORMANCE BY 20% on average. These results can be credited to higher digestibility and also to less protein fermentation, which in turn leads to HEALTHIER GUT AND BETTER NUTRIENT UPTAKE.


What is mannan?
Mannan is a hemicellulose widely spread in plant materials used in feed in high levels.

Anti-nutritional role of mannan in the animal’s organism
•    Increased chyme viscosity which plays negative role in the intestinal balance and the health status of the animals as a whole
•    Combines with the digestive enzymes or bile salts and thus impairs the digestive ability of the organisms
•    Can encapsulate nutrients like lipids, polysaccharides, proteins and thus make them more difficult for digestion
•    Affects negatively the insulin secretion which leads to worsening the carbohydrate metabolism and thus lowers the feed energy value


How can we fix this?
The MANNANASE enzyme neutralizes the anti-nutritional effects of mannan.



•    Saves ~3-5% of the feed's metabolic energy
•    Microgranulated, dust-free product
•    Prebiotic effect
•    Relieves the stress on the innate immune system caused by mannose sugars
•    Balances the gut microflora and improves gut health
•    Improves feed digestibility and increases assimilation of the basic nutritive substances
•    Reduces FCR
•    Increases draatically in the presence of enteric challenge
•    Reduces the indigested substances and anti-nutritional factors
•    Enhances the natural enzyme system of the animals and supplements missing enzymes
•    Improves the utilization of proteins, fats and carbohydrates by degrading the oligo-mannas present in the cell wall structure feedstuffs
•    Improves animal's health
•    Improves animal immunity by degrading mannan to MOS (Mannan Oligosachharides) which are potent immunomodulators


VemoZyme® AquaPro provides better variety of formulations for compound feed. At the same time, it allows the inclusion of rich in fibers and non-starch polysaccharides (celluloses, hemicelluloses, xylans, arabans) cheaper feed materials – wheat, barley, maize, oats, triticale, wheat bran, sunflower groats and expeller, alfalfa flour.


Lysozyme is found in various parts of a fish's body, including organs and bodily fluids such as mucus, serum, gills, and the alimentary tract. Its primary function is to protect against pathogens by breaking them down with its bacteriolytic activity.

•    Improved production efficiency factor
•    Improved survivability
•    Operates at pH 5
•    Antibacterial Effect
•    Immune stimulating function
•    Optimized gut health
•    Causes bacterial cell wall lysis via targeted hydrolysis which are critical for the resistance of bacteria to osmotic stress
•    Reduced pathogenic bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract
•    Active against gram-positive bacteria such as bacillus, staphylococcus and streptococcus


In recent years, many countries have imposed restrictions on the use of chemotherapeutic agents. As a result, there is a rising demand for alternative strategies aimed at improving aquaculture production and strengthening the resistance to diseases. The effects of probiotics extend beyond the intestinal tract. They can enhance the host's health by managing pathogens and positively impacting water quality through alterations in the microbial composition of both water and sediment.

•    L. bulgaricus – Antimicrobial activity
•    S. thermophilus - Protection against chemical mutagens
•    E. faecium - limiting the amount of secreted carcinogens
•    L. acodophilus - Limiting diarrhea levels
•    L. helveticus - Positive effect against inflamations
•    L. delbrueckii ssp. Lactis – Antibacterial activity (E. coli, Listeria spp., St. aureus)

Тhe diverse composition of lactic acid microorganisms maximize the effect of probiotics in the digestive tract: stomach, small and large intestines.

•    Strengthening the immune system
•    Balancing the intestinal pH
•    Antimicrobial activity
•    Limiting the “unfavorable” gut microflora, via direct competition
•    Strong antitoxic activity
•    Improving the barrier function of the intestinal wall against pathogens
•    Contributes to the recovery of the intestinal microflora


•    Saves on feed costs
•    Increased husbandry economic benefit
•    Improved feed conversion rate and growth performance
•    Prebiotic function – stimulates the beneficial microbiota and has a positive effect on gut health
•    Maximum energy released
•    Strong antitoxic activity
•    Less feed consumption
•    Highly thermostable
•    High larval motility in aquatic animals
•    Antimicrobial activity
•    Improves animal immunity
•    Maximum NSP breakdown
•    Improving the barrier function of the intestinal