Bühler and Givaudan open plant-based innovation center tailored to Asia

Bühler and Givaudan are joining forces in Singapore to open a unique Innovation Center dedicated to plant-based food. Planned to open later this year, the new facility will be jointly run by the two companies, bringing together a pilot plant featuring Bühler extrusion and processing equipment with a kitchen and flavor laboratory by Givaudan. The facility will be supported by experts from both companies who see a lot of market potential for... more >

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Challenges of developing new plant-based foods applications

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