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VIEW FROM THE TOP: Claus Hviid Christensen, CEO, Nexus

April 2017
--- As Palsgaard celebrates 100 years since its founder, Einar Schou, invented the modern commercial emulsifier, the Danish-based ingredients manufacturer is increasingly looking beyond its base of food for growth. Palsgaard set highly ambitious 5 year growth targets in 2016, aimed at doubling current turnover of DKK1 billion (€135 million) by 2021. Palsgaard A/S owes its highly successful portfolio of vegetable-based emulsifiers and stabilizers to sister company Nexus A/S, which comprises a range of laboratories.
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