IFF, Amyris develop commercialize renewable fragrance ingredients

IFF, Amyris to develop and commercialize renewable fragrance ingredients

5:49 AM, 30th April 2013
IFF, Amyris to develop and commercialize renewable fragrance ingredients
Doug Tough, Chairman and CEO, IFF.

NEW YORK/EMERYVILLE, US: International Flavors & Fragrances Inc (IFF) and Amyris announced a collaboration to develop and commercialize a specific set of renewable fragrance ingredients.

IFF and Amyris will jointly develop a sustainable, cost-effective and reliable source of key fragrance ingredients. IFF will have exclusive rights to these renewable fragrance ingredients for applications in the flavours and fragrances field, and Amyris will have exclusive rights in other fields. IFF and Amyris will share in the economic value derived from these ingredients.

“IFF has a highly developed expertise in the creation of flavours and fragrances, and Amyris is a leader in the industrial biotechnology space. As our companies join forces we look forward to co-creating new cost-effective, sustainable ingredients to meet the growing needs of our customers and the global consumer,” said Doug Tough, Chairman and CEO, IFF.

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