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Symrise peptides available

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Ingredient supplier's purchase of a 20% stake in Louisiana-based Therapeutic Peptides Inc. gives it exclusive distribution rights to "ultra-innovative group of active ingredients known as peptides," used in personal-care products for their anti-microbial and anti-aging benefits, as well as to stimulate hair growth, firm says Aug. 19. "We are delighted to be able to integrate these modern and very effective ingredients in our portfolio. With TPI, we have found a partner who is developing these ingredients at a scientifically exalted level and can offer ample expertise in this field," says Symrise's Dr. Klaus Stanzl, president scent & care, life essentials, who has been elected to TPI's supervisory board. Symrise recently expanded its organic botanicals offering to include Bayliss Ranch's USDA-certified AllPlant Essence line (1"The Rose Sheet" Aug. 18, 2008, p. 7)

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