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BASF Invests $8 Million in Danish Food Ingredients Plant
5:35 AM MDT | April 15, 2010 | Alex Scott
BASF says it has invested more than € 6 million ($8 million) to upgrade production facilities at its food ingredients formulations complex at Ballerup, Denmark. The complex is situated near Copenhagen, and is managed as part of BASF’s Nutrition Ingredients business unit, affiliated to BASF's Care Chemicals division. The Ballerup complex produces microencapsulated carotenoid and vitamin powders, supplying customers from the food, beverage, pharmacological and infant nutrition industries with the carotenoids beta-carotene, lycopene and...
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