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Chr. Hansen develops game-changing fermentation process for carmine

Chr. Hansen develops game-changing fermentation process for carmine

Press releases   •   Jun 18, 2015 07:07 UTC

In collaboration with University of Copenhagen, Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences (KU) and Technical University of Denmark, Department of Systems Biology (DTU), researchers from Chr. Hansen have succeeded in producing carmine by a modern fermentation process. The first of a series of patents that protects the technology has been published today.