DSM Nutritional Products enters distribution partnership with Isobionics
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DSM, Isobionics sign distribution partnership

10:48 AM, 27th May 2014
DSM Nutritional Products business news

HEERLEN, THE NETHERLAND: DSM Nutritional Products Ltd, a division of Royal DSM NV, the global life sciences and material sciences company and the natural ingredients company Isobionics BV announced an exclusive partnership to distribute Valencene and Nootkatone grades to the flavor and fragrances market.

“The current supply chain of many natural compounds is unstable and characterized by high volatility regarding availability, quality and pricing. With our proprietary fermentation technology, which is similar to brewing beer, we create the stability and reliability of supply that the market expects. I am pleased with the worldwide distribution capabilities and know-how of DSM’s Aroma Ingredients Business and confident about the success of our cooperation,” said Toine Janssen, CEO, Isobionics.

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