USA: Cargill Dow Brands Its Corn-Based Fibre Ingeo
Ingeo is the new brand name chosen by Cargill Dow for its manmade fibre derived from 100 per cent annually renewable resources. The fibre is based on carbon and other sugars found in annually renewable resources such as corn (maize), which are used to make a polymer called NatureWorks PLA. Once the resin is converted into a fibre, it becomes Ingeo.
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