Adding enzymes for better nutrition


Adding enzymes for better nutrition

In an interview, Andrew Fordyce, Executive Vice President, Food & Beverages, Novozymes A/S with Chemical Today magazine talks at length about the ways in which enzymes can make food and beverages healthier, tastier and nutritious. Food & beverage enzymes are the largest categories in the enzyme world – yet only a small fraction of the food ingredients and processing aids market. It is a global industry with many applications – beverages, baking, starch, oils & fats, and food & nutrition. Read More

Bringing the ‘naturalness’ in surfactants

In an interview, R Kumaresan, Head, Business Unit, Industrial and Consumer Specialties, India, Clariant with Chemical Today magazine opens up about the shift in consumer preferences towards natural and organic cosmetics, which has made the consumer based surfactants industry rethink about its chemical compositions. Increasing significance of youthful appearance. Skin intolerance and allergies occurring more often Growing concern about harmful effect of artificial substances. Read More

Sustainable architecture is the future

In an interview, Sanjay Bahadur, Chief Executive Officer, Pidilite Industries Ltd with Chemical Today magazine delves into the reasons how waterproofing chemicals are one of the most important segments in construction activities. Yet in India, this market is in a premature state due to the use of traditional methods of construction. He also talks about how Pidilite is working towards raising the awareness in the Indian construction business on carrying out effective waterproofing. Read More

Solvent effects on chemical reaction

A solvent can be any substance, that turns into a solution by dissolving a solid, liquid, or gaseous solute. The solvent is usually a liquid, but can also be a solid or gas. In our daily life, we will find the best example of solvent, that is none other than water. Solvent’s common uses ranges from dry cleaning agents, paint thinners, nail polish removers, glues, spot removers, detergents and in personal care products like perfumes, Solvents find various applications in chemical, pharmaceutical, oil, and gas industries. Read More

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