Herboreal Ltd is committed to providing high quality rare phytochemicals and derivatives for R&D purposes

2013 April

- Herboreal Ltd will exhibit at CPhI Japan

2012 October

- Herboreal Ltd exhibited at CPhI Madrid

2011 November

-Herboreal was offered a SMART:SCOTLAND award by Scottish Enterprise, to evaluate the feasibility of using non GM Plant Enzymes in Industrial Biotechnology.

2010 October

- Herboreal Ltd exhibited at CPhI Paris

2010 June

- Herboreal Ltd exhibited at ChemSpec Berlin

2009 October

- Herboreal Ltd exhibited at CPhI Madrid

2009 January

- Herboreal Ltd extended its range of products to include 50 naturally occuring coumarins

2008 September

- Herboreal Ltd attended the CPhI Worldwide in Messe Frankfurt on 31st September - 2nd October 2008

2008 July

Herboreal Ltd at the EPIS annual exhibition of companies and projects, the 10th July 2008.  South Hall Complex, Pollock Halls, University of Edinburgh, 18 Holyrood Park Road, Edinburgh EH16 5AY.

2008 February

-Herboreal Ltd exhibited at the Scottish Technology Showcase, SECC, Glasgow the 27th.

2007 December

-Dr Romain Viguier, Managing Director of Herboreal Ltd, obtained state funds from Scottish Enterprise Edinburgh and Lothian and joined the Edinburgh Pre-Incubation Scheme (EPIS).

-Mr Iain T. Johnston, is appointed Company Director. Iain worked previously for Astra-Zeneca as Analytical Chemist in Process R&D and worked with Dr Viguier on the extraction of Ingenol-3-angelate from E.peplus as part of his M.Chem. at the University of Edinburgh. Iain's main responsibilities will be Production and Quality.

 2007 October

-Herboreal Ltd exhibited at the Connect Investment Conference in Edinburgh.

-Herboreal Ltd atteded the CPhI Worldwide in Milan the 2-4 October 2007.

2007 January

-The Royal Society of Edinburgh and Scottish Enterprise award Dr Romain Viguier, co-founder of Herboreal Ltd a prestigious Enterprise Fellowship.

-Heboreal Ltd is incorporated by Dr Romain Viguier and Mrs Melissa Viguier with supports from the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Scottish Enterprise and the School of Chemistry at the University of Edinburgh.