All-Natural, Drop-in Alternatives Are Transforming The Chemical Marketplace

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To flavor our foods and add desired properties to our clothes and personal care products, manufacturers use chemicals. These chemicals, which are found in over 95% of everyday products, are commonly derived from petroleum and are not eco-friendly, but they represent big business for corporations like Dow Chemical. And historically, they’ve been the only option available to achieve the desired flavors, colors, textures, and functions that consumers demand.

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