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Cargill in the furniture business?

by jasonhammond last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:23 AM
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by jasonhammond last modified Sep 23, 2010

In my line of work we get to work with some pretty cool clients and see and hear some pretty cool things. Today however, I was looking something up on one of our clients websites and was very surprised. Multinational company Cargill, who is best known for their involvement in the food science and agriculture [...]




 

 

In my line of work we get to work with some pretty cool clients and see and hear some pretty cool things. Today however, I was looking something up on one of our clients websites and was very surprised. Multinational company Cargill, who is best known for their involvement in the food science and agriculture industry was featuring this awesome looking modern sofa. The furniture piece is a product of a partnership between Cargill and the manufacturers of flexible foam for the furniture industry and is a bio-based alternative to the polyurethane materials they historically used. The new product is called BiOH™ brand polyols, and will be used to replace a portion of the petrochemicals traditionally used in polyurethane foams. Nice green solution and darn cool looking piece of furniture.


 

 

 
 
 

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