VIEW FROM THE TOP: Ruud Peerbooms, Senior Vice President (Food), Corbion

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15 Feb 2018 ---  Corbion has been intensifying its focus beyond its traditional lactic acid roots in the last 2 years. The circa €1bn Dutch-headquartered company bought struggling algae-based ingredient supplier TerraVia in late-2017, in a highly interesting move that allows Corbion to gain a foothold in alternative proteins and oils.
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