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GRIFTON - Biomaterials manufacturer CovationBio, formerly part of US chemicals giant DuPont, has joined a programme to encourage farmers in its supply chain to use regenerative agricultural practices.

CovationBio, now part of China's Huafon Group following a US$240 million sale earlier this year, produces its partially bio-based Sorrona fibre from corn starch which is combined with proprietary enzymes to form a polymer chip which mill partners spin into fibre.

It is joining Primient Covation's sustainable agriculture programme which is delivered in partnership with sustainability solutions company Truterra, part of the Land O’Lakes agricultural cooperative.

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