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Cargill wins award for its BotaniDesign emollient

The Edison Awards, named after American inventor Thomas Edison, recognize innovative products and entrepreneurs. 

For the second year running, Cargill has won three Edison Awards for innovations in the fields of intelligent transport, social and cultural impact, and skincare and beauty solutions.

In the field of care and beauty, Cargill received the Bronze award for its BotaniDesign 105 product, a plant-based substitute for petrolatum. This 100 % naturally-occurring, plant-based and easily biodegradable solution is, according to Cargill, highly moisturizing and can be included in a range of personal care products.

This innovation, like the other two award-winning products, demonstrates Cargill's ability to draw on more than a century of experience in the food industry to innovate across a wide range of challenges facing its customers and consumers.

All entries were reviewed by the Edison Awards steering committee and an executive jury. The jury was made up of over 2,000 senior executives and academics from the fields of product development, design, engineering, science, marketing and education, as well as past winners.

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