Waste cooking oil might not be a waste, after all

Joincare Pharmaceutical Group has been put in the spotlight in the past few days because it was exposed, during prosecution of a recycled waste cooking oil case, that the company for over a year purchased over $20 million worth of recycled waste cooking oil to be used as the medium for biomanufactur...

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