Looking for more places to find BioTide? Along with our online store BioTide can now be purchased at these Canadian Tire Locations. Biotide Retail Locations1. We would like to thank our team of collaborators for all their hard work towards getting this product ready for public distribution.
Orders for BioTide Hand & Surface Sanitizers can now be made online at www.prairietide.com You can also call 306.955.3566 ext 1 to place orders for BioTide. Orders can be placed for local pickup of product, and also for shipped product. Please note there are limits on order size for orders being shipped. They must be […]
April 22, 2020 And Now, At Centre Stage, Please Put Your Hands Together For The Much Anticipated Hand Sanitizer: This is the second new product to result from the extraordinary teamwork of Prairie Tide Diversified, Bioriginal Food & Science Corporation, Pound-Maker Agraventures and the University of Saskatchewan! This product joins BioTide Alcohol Surface Disinfectant in […]
April 17, 2020 BioTide Equals TEAMWORK! “BioTide” is a name that represents TEAMWORK! It combines the corporate names of Bioriginal, and Prairie Tide Diversified Inc. As BioTide Alcohol Antiseptic goes live, Dr. Martin Reaney, a professor at the University of Saskatchewan, and CEO & CSO of Prairie Tide, was interviewed this morning on CBC Radio […]
April 15, 2020 Prairie Tide’s Corporate Response to Covid-19 Despite this world being a lot crazier and more mixed up than normal, this has been a great day at Prairie Tide Diversified Inc. We are ready to announce and launch an extremely important project we have been working on with our partners: The University of […]
Are you looking for an Analytical Service Provider? Do you need help with batch analysis, quality control, constituent or contaminant analysis, fatty acid profiles, structural chemistry, or protocol development? Stop searching! Prairie Tide Diversified Inc. (PTD) can help you with all of that! PTD provides analytical services to several companies in and around Saskatoon. Our services […]
For Dr. Martin Reaney, a partial glass of ethanol waste water is always half-full. This is not just an optimistic view. He built his career on looking in unexpected places for even the smallest things that might hold great value. He and his team at the University of Saskatchewan found something amazing. It’s something that […]