Nigeria is set to begin bee exportation by 2018, according to Dr Bidemi Ojeleye, National President, Federation of Bee keepers Association of Nigeria.
An Israeli scientist who developed a ground-breaking technology, known as ‘liver-on-chip’, which is capable of assessing the toxicity of products without recourse to animal testing has announced that he is on course to deliver two new alternative testing methods by 2018, according to a report published by Arutz Sheva 7.
South Africa’s Competition Commission has issued fines to two major specialty chemical suppliers for engaging in ‘cartel-like behavior’, according to a report published by All Africa.
A US$20 billion joint venture set up between Dow Chemical and Saudi Aramco, Sadara Chemical Co, has kicked off production at its propylene glycol plant.
Nigeria is said to be on the cusp of generating at least $10 billion from honey and hive products for both local and international markets, according to Mr David Musa, the Team Leader, USAID Bee Keeping Pollination Project.
PZ Cussons has launched a range of deodorants under its Imperial Leather banner on the Nigerian market, according to a report published by Nigeria Today.
The Ghanaian FDA has called on traders to help safeguard the industry against dangerous counterfeit cosmetic products that are infiltrating Makola Market, Accra, following advice to importers to register their products before putting them forward for sale.
After eight acquisitions in 2016 and an impressive 12 in 2015, it looks like Frutarom is set to repeat, if not beat its M&A record this year.
L’Oréal is anticipating the launch of the first line to be developed from its Johannesburg research and development laboratory, according to a report published by Bloomberg.
The 4th edition of the PZ Cussons Chemistry Challenge Competition (PZCCC) has been launched in Nigeria, which has been created to inspire chemistry knowledge in secondary school students.