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- I didn't upload the image in question but surely company logos are considered fair use in an article about the company? Isn't this what Wikipedia:Logos spells out? Wjousts 01:28, 3 June 2007 (UTC)
These sentences sounds like reclame: Danisco's broad technology platform ... A considerable proportion of the employees are engaged in research and development of new and more consumer friendly --ArazZeynili (talk) 12:23, 20 August 2008 (UTC)
- Nice spot - a quick search showed those sentences to be a copyvio of this document, amongst other places. Removed them and tidied the article up a bit. Gr1st (talk) 12:39, 20 August 2008 (UTC)
Divestment of Sugar
On May 3 2007 Danisco signed an agreement on the divestment of Flavours to Swiss-based Firmenich, a world leader within flavours and fragrances. At the same time, Danisco and Firmenich entered into a strategic partnership on flavours. Gaining access to Firmenich’s entire product portfolio, the partnership allows Danisco to offer an even stronger product range to the food industry.
On July 2, 2007 Danisco has divested its Flavours Division to Swiss-based Firmenich, the world’s largest privately owned company within flavours and fragrances.
For Danisco the divestment is in line with the strategy of enhancing focus on additional growth opportunities in market-leading ingredients segments that enjoy a strong technology platform and global top 1, 2 or 3 positions.