NORWICH – A British business which has developed the first commercially available biological dyeing process which sees engineered microorganisms produce naturally-occurring pigments is to start industrial scale trials with H&M along with textile manufacturers Forster Rohner and Arvind. Colorifix converts agricultural by-products such as sugar molasses into colorants suitable for textile dyeing, and the microorganisms also transfer the colour onto a fabric or garment, resulting in additional water and energy savings.
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