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Danisco Expands Xylose Unit in Austria

1:02 PM MST | December 14, 2007 | Kate Phillips

Danisco says it has completed a €23-million ($33.75 million) expansion of its xylose facility at Lenzing, Austria, in a move aimed at securing and increasing capacity of the raw material for Danisco’s xylitol production. Specific capacity amounts were not disclosed, but the expansion boosts the plant’s total capacity by 50% and positions it as the largest xylose plant worldwide, Danisco says. Xylitol is an artificial bulk sweetener used in applications including sugarless chewing gum. Sugarless deal: Gum is a major xylitol application...

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