New brand previously operated under the name Blue California Flavors and Fragrances
February 17, 2022
Sensegen, southern California’s new taste, smell, and beauty business, entered the ingredient market as a 100% biotechnology-based solution provider serving these markets. Emerging as The Science of Good Sense™, Sensegen’s brand launch marks an 18-month incubation previously under the name Blue California Flavors and Fragrances.
DIC Corporation announced a joint research development agreement with California-based biotech startup Debut Biotechnology, Inc., further enhancing DIC efforts to develop natural pigments for food colorants and cosmetics.
The completion of the new biotechnology center is part of a €100 million investment program by DSM to scale up R&D in the Netherlands
April 6, 2017
The center, which offers the broadest range of biotechnology specializations under one DSM roof, clusters innovation, housing over 400 research and developments experts and builds on a solid history of nearly 150 years of fermentation and biotechnology innovation in Delft, the Netherlands.
Nascent technology is key to the industry’s shift from high costs toward a more affordable and sustainable path to meet consumers’ demand
September 4, 2015
The multi-billion dollar flavors and fragrances (F&F) industry is increasingly tapping biotechnology and synthetic biology to reinvent itself from an unsustainable high-cost, high-risk path, according to Lux Research.
Lincoln Romero has joined FMC Corporation, Health and Nutrition, as business director for Latin America.
September 25, 2013
Romero will drive the business and financial results in the region and work in collaboration with the global Health and Nutrition business leaders to define and lead the growth strategy in Latin America.
As this issue goes to press, the U.S. is experiencing its worst drought in more than half a century, causing serious damage to the domestic corn crop, impacting yield prospects and even starting to factor in the prospects for soybean production.
A new survey of U.S. consumer perceptions of agricultural technology shows a strong majority would be willing to purchase foods made with wheat produced using biotechnology if the innovations delivered nutritional or environmental benefits.