Built On a Foundation of Science

Bedoukian Research, Inc. was founded in 1972 by Dr. Paul Bedoukian, a well-respected chemist.

In the mid-1970’s, the scientists at Bedoukian began experimenting with semiochemical substances and soon understood the impact they could have in the agriculture business. They knew these products could improve crop yields by managing insect pests using environmentally-sustainable chemistries.

Bedoukian’s expertise in the synthesis of complex chemicals elevated the product portfolio to include active ingredients for use in stored product, forest, and ornamental pest management.

BedoukianBio was established to bring these important pheromone and biochemical products to the market.

Paul Bedoukian’s son, Dr. Robert Bedoukian, joined the company in 1975, when the company’s first pheromone products were being developed. Under his leadership, BedoukianBio has grown and enhanced its reputation as a leader in pest control solutions. In more recent years, Dr. Robert Bedoukian’s sons, Dr. Matt Bedoukian and David Bedoukian, have taken an active role in the management of the business, ensuring the stability of the company for years to come.

Our founder using his flavor and fragrance expertise while working in a chemistry laboratory.

The Benefits of Bedoukian

For over fifty years, Bedoukian has been a leading chemical company. Our pheromone business is able to leverage the experience, facilities and staff that have been developed over those years enabling BedoukianBio to uniquely offer some key benefits to our customers including:

  • A strong global presence – selling to customers in all regions of the world.
  • A deep and rich heritage of research and development.
  • Leveraging fragrance and flavor experience – offering fragrance formulas and utilizing our fragrance and flavor expertise to create powerful pheromones.
  • Strong chemistry and distillation expertise – world-class facilities and staff to produce in-demand chemicals.
  • An industry leading team – comprised of PhD’s and other chemists and entomologists.