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In the middle of a sugar beet field in Groningen, the commissioners IJzebrand Rijzebol (Groningen, left) and Henk Brink (Drenthe, middle) received the first copy of the Saccaride Agenda for the Northern Netherlands from Bram Fetter, Production Director of Cosun Beet Company (right).
Editorial office / Groningen

It may well be that sugar beet will soon replace the role of fossil raw materials in chemistry. Saccharides are ideal platform chemicals for the chemical industry. Especially in the Northern Netherlands, where there is plenty of room to scale up regional sugar beet production. In addition, numerous sugars from other crops and industrial processes are available.

Read the full article about the Saccharide Agenda on Agro&Chemistry.

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