Personal care and cosmetics continues to be a growth driver for bio-based materials and chemicals, as Amyris signs an MOU with CJ CheilJedang

Amyris, a producer of bio-based specialty and performance chemicals, fragrance ingredients, and cosmetic emollients recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with CJ CheilJedang, a South Korea-based food, feed, and bioscience company. This MOU will support the "large-scale manufacturing...

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