Zoono cleans up at Woolies
SHARES in Zoono, maker of a hand sanitiser that uses molecular technology first developed for shipping in 1930, have jumped after the company secured a distribution deal with supermarket giant Woolworths.
Woolworths’ 900- plus supermarkets across Australia will stock Zoono’s hand sanitisers from August in the antimicrobial products company’s first major Australian retail distribution deal.
Zoono’s Stayzon products use a molecule developed by German scientists in 1930 to stop algae building up on the hulls of submarines and ships.
It says the molecule also effectively kills bacteria, viruses, fungi and mould. “Independent third party testing shows it is still killing bacteria at 99.24 per cent even after 24 hours.”