World’s Largest Soybean Plant Now Using Verenium’s (VRNM) Purifine Enzyme

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09:47:28 am on March 3, 2010

Verenium just announced that Molinos Rio de la Plata’s San Lorenzo plant, the largest soybean processing plant in the world, has successfully converted to Verenium’s Purifine enzymatic degumming process.

In a press release, Janet Roemer, Verenium’s Executive Vice President, Specialty Enzymes Business, commented on the news:

“Molinos’ ability to adopt new innovative technologies is what makes them a global leader in the edible oil market,” said “Verenium is pleased to be able to work with Molinos to further enhance their operating efficiency through the use of Purifine PLC, which allows for the simultaneous increasing of oil yields and improving the efficacy of meal production without requiring major changes to the existing plant layout.”

Luis Palacios, Molinos’ Industrial Manager, also noted that Verenium’s process had improved yields at the plant.

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