DSM In India Gets Neighborly With Nutritional Ingredient Customers
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The Dutch conglomerate DSM will open a dietary supplements manufacturing site in India, where the company forecasts strong growth. While DSM currently distributes ingredients from plants in other countries to India, the facility will provide its customers quicker lead times for customized nutrient blends.
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