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Bio–Based Acrylic Acid BASF, Cargill and Novozymes Target Commercial Bio–Based Acrylic Acid Process

| Editor: Dominik Stephan

BASF, Cargill and Novozymes have signed an agreement to develop technologies to produce acrylic acid from renewable raw materials. Presently, acrylic acid is produced by the oxidation of propylene derived from the refining of crude oil. BASF, Cargill and Novozymes will develop bio-based technologies to produce acrylic acid from renewable feedstocks.

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Renewable Ressources: BASF, Cargill and Novozymes target the commercial bio-based acrylic acid production
Renewable Ressources: BASF, Cargill and Novozymes target the commercial bio-based acrylic acid production
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Mumbai:/India – “The cooperation combines BASF’s global market strength and innovation power with the excellent know-how and competencies of Novozymes and Cargill who are global leaders in their respective industry segments. Together we are uniquely positioned to more sustainably meet market and society needs”, said Michael Heinz, Member of the Board of Executive Directors of BASF SE.

The three companies bring complementary knowledge to the project. Novozymes has years of experience with developing technologies for bio-based production of chemicals used in plastics, ingredients, etc.

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