BASF and Purac announce JV for bio-succinic acid

Last week, BASF and Purac (a subsidiary of CSM) announced the formation of a bio-based succinic acid joint venture. The joint venture uses a novel organism, Basfia succiniciproducens (a bacteria named after BASF – where it was developed). The two companies have been working together since 2009 to de...

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