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just-style.com | 23 Sep 2008

Scientists are increasingly looking at the extent to which altering the genetic components of a range of products used in textiles can influence the clothes they’re made into. But while Genetically modified (GM) textiles are on the market in the US, there are concerns about its use in Europe. By Mark Rowe and Monica Dobie.

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Leonie Barrie | 5 Nov 2014

NatureWorks has secured a $2.5m government grant to explore alternative feedstocks for its Ingeo biopolymers, which are currently derived from renewable sources such as corn and used in a range of products including apparel fibres.


Leonie Barrie | 5 Nov 2014

NatureWorks has secured a $2.5m government grant to explore alternative feedstocks for its Ingeo biopolymers, which are currently derived from renewable sources such as corn and used in a range of products including apparel fibres.


Leonie Barrie | 25 Sep 2013

NatureWorks is planning the first world-scale production plant in South East Asia for its Ingeo biopolymer, which is used to make branded fibres from renewable sources such as corn.


Leonie Barrie | 25 Sep 2013

NatureWorks is planning the first world-scale production plant in South East Asia for its Ingeo biopolymer, which is used to make branded fibres from renewable sources such as corn.


Richard Woodard | 23 Jan 2013

Biopolymer supplier NatureWorks has chosen Bangkok as the location of the company’s first regional headquarters in Asia Pacific, expanding its local management team there.


Richard Woodard | 23 Jan 2013

Biopolymer supplier NatureWorks has chosen Bangkok as the location of the company’s first regional headquarters in Asia Pacific, expanding its local management team there.


Leonie Barrie | 14 Sep 2012

Research has found that the Ingeo biopolymer, which is used to make branded fibres from renewable sources such as corn, is essentially stable in landfills and releases no significant quantity of methane - adding to its eco-friendly credentials.


Leonie Barrie | 14 Sep 2012

Research has found that the Ingeo biopolymer, which is used to make branded fibres from renewable sources such as corn, is essentially stable in landfills and releases no significant quantity of methane - adding to its eco-friendly credentials.


Petah Marian | 6 Jul 2012

Lingerie embroidery house Ritex and RadiciGroup have announced the launch of sustainable lace fabric using CornLeaf.


Katie Smith | 6 Jun 2012

NatureWorks' Ingeo branded biopolymer, which is made from renewable sources such as corn and is used in a range of end-uses including clothing and textile fibres, has gained silver sustainable certification from the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute.


Katie Smith | 6 Jun 2012

NatureWorks' Ingeo branded biopolymer, which is made from renewable sources such as corn and is used in a range of end-uses including clothing and textile fibres, has gained silver sustainable certification from the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute.


Leonie Barrie | 13 Oct 2011

Thailand's largest chemical producer, PTT Chemical Public Company Limited, is investing US$150m in NatureWorks, which makes Ingeo branded biopolymers from renewable sources such as corn, which are used in a range of end-uses including clothing and textile fibres.


Leonie Barrie | 13 Oct 2011

Thailand's largest chemical producer, PTT Chemical Public Company Limited, is investing US$150m in NatureWorks, which makes Ingeo branded biopolymers from renewable sources such as corn, which are used in a range of end-uses including clothing and textile fibres.


just-style.com | 14 Jul 2010

Polyester fibre and filament yarn maker Trevira has been licensed to manufacture Ingeo fibres in a move intended to speed supply to fabric producers, converters, and brand owners in the EU.


just-style.com | 14 Jul 2010

Polyester fibre and filament yarn maker Trevira has been licensed to manufacture Ingeo fibres in a move intended to speed supply to fabric producers, converters, and brand owners in the EU.


just-style.com | 14 Jul 2010

Polyester fibre and filament yarn maker Trevira has been licensed to manufacture Ingeo fibres in a move intended to speed supply to fabric producers, converters, and brand owners in the EU.


just-style.com | 8 Jul 2009

NatureWorks LLC, which makes Ingeo branded fibres from renewable sources such as corn, has doubled capacity at its manufacturing plant in Blair, Nebraska.


just-style.com | 8 Jul 2009

NatureWorks LLC, which makes Ingeo branded fibres from renewable sources such as corn, has doubled capacity at its manufacturing plant in Blair, Nebraska.


just-style.com | 8 Jul 2009

NatureWorks LLC, which makes Ingeo branded fibres from renewable sources such as corn, has doubled capacity at its manufacturing plant in Blair, Nebraska.


just-style.com | 2 Jul 2009

US-based Cargill is taking over full ownership of NatureWorks LLC, which makes fibres from renewable sources such as corn, from Japanese synthetic fibre and chemicals group Teijin Limited.


just-style.com | 2 Jul 2009

US-based Cargill is taking over full ownership of NatureWorks LLC, which makes fibres from renewable sources such as corn, from Japanese synthetic fibre and chemicals group Teijin Limited.


just-style.com | 2 Jul 2009

US-based Cargill is taking over full ownership of NatureWorks LLC, which makes fibres from renewable sources such as corn, from Japanese synthetic fibre and chemicals group Teijin Limited.


just-style.com | 1 Oct 2008

The Material World trade show is tapping into some of the fastest growing areas in the apparel supply chain at its event next April, with six new focus categories including MW Fabric & Trim, MW Source, MW Equip, MW Delivers, MW Performance and MW Green.


just-style.com | 4 Oct 2007

US-based Cargill has sold a 50% stake in NatureWorks LLC, which makes fibres from renewable sources such as corn, to Japanese synthetic fibre and chemicals group Teijin Limited.


just-style.com | 4 Oct 2007

US-based Cargill has sold a 50% stake in NatureWorks LLC, which makes fibres from renewable sources such as corn, to Japanese synthetic fibre and chemicals group Teijin Limited.


just-style.com | 4 Oct 2007

US-based Cargill has sold a 50% stake in NatureWorks LLC, which makes fibres from renewable sources such as corn, to Japanese synthetic fibre and chemicals group Teijin Limited.


just-style.com | 29 May 2007

A textile manufacturer has committed itself to producing textiles and apparel from Ingeo fibre, which is based on 100% annually renewable resources made from corn rather than petroleum.


just-style.com | 29 May 2007

A textile manufacturer has committed itself to producing textiles and apparel from Ingeo fibre, which is based on 100% annually renewable resources made from corn rather than petroleum.


just-style.com | 29 May 2007

A textile manufacturer has committed itself to producing textiles and apparel from Ingeo fibre, which is based on 100% annually renewable resources made from corn rather than petroleum.

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