Beneo Orafti Inulin

Boost Immune Health with All-Natural Beneo Orafti Inulin

As an all-natural prebiotic fiber, Beneo Orafti Inulin improves intestinal well-being throughout all life stages. Derived from chicory roots, Beneo Orafti Inulin is all-natural and a verified prebiotic, supported by extensive research.

Prebiotics orafti inulin and oligofructose are naturally extracted from chicory roots and not synthesized from sugar, providing pets with a healthy soluble fiber source.

All-Natural
Prebiotics orafti inulin and oligofructose are naturally extracted from chicory roots and not synthesized from sugar, providing pets with a healthy soluble fiber source. It can also serve as a texturizer for technological applications.


Unlike competitors, Beneo Orafti Inulin is sourced from locations in two different hemispheres, enabling opposite production seasons and protection should one endure a natural disaster. Developed 100% from vegetable origins, Beneo Orafti Inulin is guaranteed GMO-free and always non-Chinese.

Beneo is dedicated to creating a more sustainable future. Beneo Orafti Inulin is sourced responsibly and backed by a commitment to reduce energy consumption by 50% over 30 years.

Beneo inulin prebiotics stimulate the pet’s natural defenses, boosting the pet’s ability to fight infections.

Enhanced Immune Health
With 70% of the immune system residing in the intestinal tract, a healthy microbiome, the collection of microbes that live inside the body, is key to a healthy immune system. Beneo inulin prebiotics stimulate the pet’s natural defenses, boosting the pet’s ability to fight infections.
Part of the enhanced digestive health benefit includes improved nutrient absorption, specifically the more efficient adsorption of calcium and magnesium. Improved Nutrient Absorption
Part of the enhanced digestive health benefit includes improved nutrient absorption, specifically the more efficient adsorption of calcium and magnesium. Beneo Orafti Inulin also reduces intestinal pH, creating a more acidic environment.
The fermentative end-products of Beneo Orafti Inulin increase feelings of satiety, leaving the pet full and satisfied and less likely to overeat. Weight Management
An estimated 60% of cats and 56% of dogs in the United States suffer from obesity or excessive weight according to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention. The fermentative end-products of Beneo Orafti Inulin increase feelings of satiety, leaving the pet full and satisfied and less likely to overeat.
Beneo Orafti Inulin prebiotics selectively stimulate the growth and activity of beneficial bacteria in the colon, which reduces constipation, improves stool quality, promotes better defaecation patterns, and decreases odorous compounds. Odor Reduction
Beneo Orafti Inulin prebiotics selectively stimulate the growth and activity of beneficial bacteria in the colon, which reduces constipation, improves stool quality, promotes better defaecation patterns, and decreases odorous compounds.
Beneo Orafti Inulin is the only prebiotic containing a natural blend of varying fructose chain-lengths fructose to ensure prebiotics are delivered throughout the colon, not just at the beginning or the end. Fermented throughout the Large Intestine
Pets ferment short-chain fructose quickly causing all fermentation to occur at the beginning of digestion. Long-chain fructose takes longer to ferment, but without short-chain fructose, all fermentation takes place at the end of digestion. Beneo Orafti Inulin is the only prebiotic containing a natural blend of varying fructose chain-lengths fructose to ensure prebiotics are delivered throughout the colon, not just at the beginning or the end.

Beneo Orafti Inulin is the only prebiotic containing a natural blend of varying fructose chain-lengths fructose to ensure prebiotics are delivered throughout the colon, not just at the beginning or the end.
To improve pets’ intestinal well-being with an all-natural prebiotic delivered throughout digestion, contact your Trouw Nutrition representative, call 800.365.1357 or email info@trouwnutrition.com.

For more information about the science behind prebiotics and their effects on the microbiome, read our Trouw Pet Nutrition Outlook journal.