Home Care I&I
How can you respond to the challenge of customers expecting more and more from your cleaning products and detergents? Better performance and lower price! And demanding that they're eco-friendlier? Simple! You can rest assured that our biobased functional ingredients are all preservative-free, certified, and biodegradable.
In short, they’re a full-fledged alternative to oil-based materials. Even in small doses, they’re highly effective in a wide range of your formulations in terms of stability, functionality, and viscosity.
Discover how our ingredients can help you meet your customers’ growing expectations for even cleaner fabrics, dishes, and surfaces in and around the home. Talk to our home care experts today!
It can be quite a balancing act, dealing with increasingly restrictive legislation on what you’re allowed to use in your dishwashing detergents while continuing to meet your customers’ dem...Read more
Nowadays, caring for your fabrics takes a lot more than just getting them clean. Your customers want their clothes to smell fresh, feel clean, and retain their brilliance. They also want to save time&...Read more
Your customers expect only the very best cleaning products for their bathrooms, kitchens, toilets, windows, and floors. Products that achieve the highest levels of hygiene in every conceivable situati...Read more
The worlds of industrial and institutional cleaning center on price and performance. Surfaces need to be hygienically clean in a single wipe. Fabrics need to be spotless and soft in less than an hour....Read more
Innovation & sustainability
It was around fifteen years ago that curiosity and a drive to get more out of our crops led to our first ideas for biobased ingredients. These essentially involved harnessing the power and complexity of nature to the fullest extent possible.Read more
As the subsidiary of an agricultural cooperative, we believe it's our duty to utilize the value of our crops to the full. Every day, we look for ways to make our operations even more sustainable, leaving the smallest possible ecological footprint.Read more