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Welcome to Issue #7 of Bio-Based World Quarterly, your dedicated guide to the latest news and essential business developments for bio-based chemicals, brands and products. The above quote is from Kathy Fish, Chief Technology Officer at Procter & Gamble and the subject of a feature in this issue. The multinational has announced a response to changing demands and increased awareness from customers about what exactly goes into the products they use every single day. An awakening that can only be good for the bio-based industry and in particular its fragrance sector. Issue #7 also brings you a feature on sports shoes made from algae, a focus on Corbion’s rescue of Terravia, insights into Iowa’s leadership of the sector in the USA, a look at Arctic Biomaterials wonderful innovations, samples beer made (in part) from urine, exclusive interviews and much more. So download today for free and start reading!
Download Issue #7 of Bio-Based World Quarterly to read about…
- Bio-based steps up with the first-ever moulded shoe made from algae.
- Corbion comes to the rescue of TerraVia with $20m bid
- Procter & Gamble share fragrance ingredients as consumers push for greater transparency.
- Iowa Seeks to Lead $250B Bio-chemical Industry with United States’ First Tax Credit
- How Arctic Biomaterials have developed composites inspired by nature.
- In a turbulent economy, purpose not profit is business leader’s key to success states EY report.
- From sewer to brewer, let’s raise a toast to the first beer made using recycled urine!
- The Last Word with…Virginia Klausmeier, Founder of Sylvatex.
- And much more...
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