GC3 Preservatives Competition Deadline Nears With 15 Applicants So Far
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Aug. 24 is the deadline to submit early-stage preservative technologies for personal-care and household products to the Green Chemistry & Commerce Council’s Preservative Challenge, backed by a fleet of industry sponsors, including major chemical suppliers. GC3 says over 160 innovators have registered in the competition portal, with 15 submissions thus far and "a flurry of activity" expected in the final week.
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