L’Oreal Joins Heavyweights Tackling Sustainable Surfactants With Geno Biotech
L’Oreal, Kao and Unilever have partnered with Genomatica, Inc. (Geno) to develop sustainable surfactants by replacing feedstocks such as palm oil and fossil fuels with biotech alternatives.
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