Renewable Ingredient Firm Signs Givaudan, Boasts $10 Mil. "Pipeline Of Interest"
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Renewable ingredients supplier Amyris is positioning itself as a go-to player in the sustainable cosmetics arena, projecting nearly $10 million in potential sales of cosmetic emollient squalane and announcing a new deal with Swiss fragrance house Givaudan.
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