Quimidroga obtains the GOLD certification of ECOVADIS also in 2019

This year 2019, ECOVADIS has once again rewarded Quimidroga’s commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility, which encompasses the Environment, Work Practices and Human Rights, Fair Business Practices and Sustainable Procurement blocks, granting us the highest certification possible in the GOLD category. The replacement of old wheelbarrows with electric vehicles, the replacement of lights in warehouses with…

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Organic salts: contribution of minerals with high bioavailability and solubility

In the dietary and beverage industry, and food in general, the supply of minerals is usually made through inorganic salts. However, these salts are inefficient as they are poorly absorbed (bioavailability). As a result, the industry has been moving for some time towards other alternatives to solve this problem: organic salts. For this reason, in…

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Maintenance of detergents with sorbates

Many preservatives commonly used in detergency are being discontinued due to regulatory changes. This, together with the tendency to formulate with substances that respect health and the environment, generates the need to find new alternatives to conserve detergents. Sorbates: non-sensitizing preservatives existing in nature Sorbates are molecules found in some natural products, such as mountain…

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Multifunctional cosmetic plant-based ingredients, according to ISO 16128

In recent years, there has been a growing perception of the plant-based products benefits on health. This has led many consumers to prefer natural products in many fields including Cosmetics. Although the standards regulating the natural cosmetics are variable and the criteria defining them are sometimes confusing, the consumers often perceive these cosmetics as less…

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EuroVanillin: a new source of natural and sustainable vanillin

Vanillin is the aromatic component par excellence of the hundreds of vanilla components. More of 80% of the vanillin production worldwide is obtained from the guaiacol and catechol present in petroleum derivatives. This fact makes the vanillin a less sustainable product. In an increasingly environmentally-conscious market place, it is more important than ever to find natural…

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