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  • Biobased lactic acid is a chemical which is produced by carbohydrate fermentation.
  • The fermentation process is carried out by various Lactobacillus strains rather than by chemical means.
  • Lactic acid, like succinic acid, is a base material for bio based products which is
    intended to offset the petroleum use.
  •  Lactic acid can be used to make a variety of
    products which include poly lactic acid, propylene glycol, and lactate esters.
  • Poly lactic acid, or PLA, is a useful homopolymer of lactic acid involved in plastics and other material production.
  • Lactate esters are used for biodegradable and nontoxic
  • The use of organism fermentation pathways yield a high optical purity lactic acid which is unobtainable through synthetic chemical means.
  • Lactic acid is produced by fermentation of sugars which are accessible from Co2 via photosynthesis.
  • The feasibility of polylactic acid (PLA)-based film was evaluated for application as a material for antimicrobial film.
  • A bio-based commercial polylactic acid(PLA) product was used as an environmentally friendly polymer matrix.
  • The PLA based film was incorporated with lactic acid or sodium lactate by extrusion film-blowing process.
  • PLA can be produced by condensation polymerization directly from its basic building
    block lactic acid, which is derived by fermentation of sugars from carbohydrate
    sources such as corn, sugarcane, or tapioca.
  • PLA is bio-based, resorbable and biodegradable under industrial composting
  • The production of aliphatic polyester from lactic acid, a naturally occurring acid and
    bulk produced food additive.
  • Almost all lactic acid available on the market is produced by fermentation. During fermentation, a suitable carbohydrate is converted to lactic acid by micro orgainsms.
  • Lactic acid is mainly produced to keep the cellular processes going.
  • Bio-based Lactic Acid.
  • Biobased Acids.
  • Biomass Chemical Products.
  • Biorefineries and sequence products from lactic acid.
  • Sustainable feedstock supply in biobased building blocks.
  • Bio-based Chemicals.
  • Bio-based Plastics.
  • Bio-based Polymers.


  • Biorefinery-Cost Efficient production of fermentation grade glucose.
  • Production of Lactic Acid.
  • Eco-profile for current polylactide production.
  • Transforming raw materials into PLA resin via Purac lactides.
  • Poly(Lactic Acid) Preparation Process.


  • Bio-polymer Technology.
  • Separation process for biobased lactic acid.
  • Lait-X technology for cross linkable lactic acid based biopolymers and composites.


  • Compostable or biobased foams.
  • Expandable beads of a compostable or biobased thermoplastic polymer.
  • Biodegradable poly (Lactic Acid) polymer compositions.
  • Biaxially oriented polylactic acid film with high barrier.
  • Micro-perforated poly(Lactic) Acid Packaging systems.
  • Hyperbranched Polymer modified biopolymers.
  • PolyLactic Acid-Based resin laminate sheet.
  • Bio-based method for making mannitol.


  • Feedstock for the production of Polylactic Acid.
  • Overview of biodegradable & biobased plastics technologies.
  • Antimicrobial effectiveness of biobased film.
  • Antimicrobial packaging materials from poly(Lactic Acid).
  • Bio refinery systems.
  • Biobased content of biodegradable Poly(Lactic Acid) composites directly molded by alminum triflate.


  • Supplier from Netherlands.
  • Bio-based Plastics Supplier.

Company profiles

  • Company from Japan.
  • Company from USA.
  • Company Profile.
  • Purac Company Profile.
  • Myrriant Company Profile.


  • Consultancy from UK.
  • Consultancy from US.
  • Online Consultancy.
  • ICIS Consultancy.


  • Life Cycle assessment of fossil and bio based materials for 3D shell applications.
  • Sustainable bio-based structural materials.
  • Biobased Packaging Materials for food industry.


  • Market projection of emerging bio-based plastics.
  • Bio-based product market opportunity.
  • Biobased chemicals: Economics and Markets.
  • U.S. Biobased products market potential.
  • Market potential of biorefinery products.


  • Renewable fibers and bio-based materials for packaging applications.
  • Biobased packaging materials for the food industry.
  • Biobased packaging-application in meat industry.

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