Industry giants join forces to fast track the commercialization of 100% bio-based PET

Last week, industry giants Coca-Cola Co., Ford Motor Co., Heinz Co., Nike Co., and Proctor & Gamble Co. formed a partnership agreement designed to integrate 100% plant-based polyethylene terepthalate (PET) into their product lines at commercial scale. This news rides on the coattails of Coca-Cola’s ...

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