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Cellulose-Based Pigment Patent Granted by US

Anomera is pleased to receive patent protection in the US for its innovative cellulose-based pigment technology. Anomera’s unique invention is the first biodegradable platform for pigments and is applicable in many industries, such as cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and agriculture. The technology is the first of its kind to offer a color gamut by simple molecular blending of dyes on cellulose. This patent, which strengthens Anomera’s IP portfolio of 9 patent families with 17 granted patents, has also been issued in Canada, China, South Korea, and Japan.

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