Boron is a fascinating chemical element with an enormous and varied range of industrial uses. Its name derives from borax (sodium borate), a naturally occurring mineral used for centuries as a washing detergent and still boron’s most well-known compound.
In the chemical industry, there are certain substances which seem to be almost ubiquitous in their use across sectors for all sorts of different purposes. One of these all-purpose chemicals is Potassium Iodide.
NextFerm, the Israeli food tech firm behind the development of vegan protein ProteVin, has signed a commercial production deal with a prominent Indian manufacturer under licence which will increase the availability of ProteVin on the market.
Consumers are switching on to the health benefits of dietary fibre. But what many people continue to struggle with is finding high-fibre options in the kind of foods they habitually buy and like.
It’s with great pleasure that we can announce the Norkem team will once again be exhibiting at ChemUK, which takes place at the NEC, Birmingham on May 10th and 11th.
We are delighted to announce that our food and drink team has once again secured certification for the BRCGS Agents and Brokers Global Standard - and with 100% compliance. In a first for Norkem we also brought our sister companies: Norkem BV, Norkem Quimica and Norkem SRL within the scope of the accreditation. All join Norkem Ltd who were one of the first companies to gain the accreditation when it was first established.