Worthington Biochemical Corp

Worthington does not actually make enzymes: we extract them from various animal and plant tissues and various microbial sources such as bacteria, fungi, and molds. Some of the animal tissues used at Worthington include beef pancreas, hog kidney, cow eyes, horse liver, rabbit muscle, beef liver, pig heart, horse blood, and calf intestine. Various proteins are also extracted from horseradish roots, sweet potatoes, almonds, and pokeweed. Some products are isolated from the bacteria E. coli, several species of Clostridia, and various other bacteria. Yeast, mushrooms, whole milk, and eggs are also used.

The most important feature of each of our products is that it functions just as it would in the living cells from which it was extracted. The size and complexity of protein molecules make this difficult, and Worthington's ability to consistently produce enzymes and other proteins in their natural condition is the key to the company's continuing success.

730 Vassar Ave Lakewood, NJ 08701
Tel: 732-942-1660, 800-445-9603