Biotech Amyris Targeting 150% Consumer Biz Growth In 2022, Up To 40% In Ingredients Arm
The Emeryville, CA-based synthetic biotech firm projects big growth in 2022 as customers seek out “the purest, cleanest and most sustainably sourced natural ingredients in the world.” Amyris’ business is split between Technology Access and Consumer, the latter set to more than double this year.
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