Food allergy venture to boost ALK's growth

In future years, allergy company ALK will go all-in on winning the billion-dollar (US) food allergy market, which in spite of a sparse customer base is many times the size of the respiratory allergy market in which ALK has previously placed stakes.

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Things are going well for Danish allergy company ALK, which develops and sells immunotherapies for allergies caused by triggers such as house dust mites, pollen and grass.

To ensure future growth, however, the product pipeline must be developed, for which reason the allergy company is venturing into the area of food allergies, which takes up a huge market globally – many times the size of the market for respiratory allergies, which ALK has been present in for some time.

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