Novozymes

  • Launched eight new products in 2017, among them enzymes for laundry detergents, starch production, and ethanol production and an isoflavonoid for enhanced microbial growth in soil
  • Annual growth has slowed, with average annual growth decreasing from 9% to 6% over the past five years, and liquidi...

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