Evonik extends collaboration with Unilever

Evonik extends collaboration with Unilever

3:23 PM, 10th June 2011
Evonik extends collaboration with Unilever
Evonik headquarters in Germany.

ESSEN, GERMANY: For 25 years now, Lipton—a Unilever subsidiary and the world's premier tea supplier—has been relying on the special expertise of the Advanced Intermediates Business Unit, which is an arm of Essen, Germany-based Evonik Industries, for decaffeinating its black, green, and cold-brew teas. Lipton is the world market leader in decaffeinated teas, which are in particularly high demand on the North American market.

The two parties, Lipton and Evonik, will continue their successful collaboration seamlessly on the basis of a new agreement. “With this agreement, we’ll be expanding the tea business with Lipton significantly over the next few years,” explained Dr Manfred Schmidt, Product Manager, Evonik. 

The new agreement is another important element in implementing growth strategy in the global nutrition market, the company informed. In the years ahead, the agreement will contribute significantly towards utilizing the plant at the Münchsmünster site, said the company.

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