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Antofénol – a team committed to a greener tomorrow
Investing in a wine region was the primary criterion when looking for a location. There is no shortage of wineries in the Vaucluse region and this concentration of winegrowers ensures a sustainable and ecological supply of the raw material for one of our flagship eco-extraction products, antoferine. The cuttings generated by pruning the vines represent 86,000 tonnes of potential raw material, only a short distance from the factory, forming a planet-friendly supply chain.
The Vaucluse region has a thriving plant processing ecosystem. Located in the heart of a major production area for aromatic plants, the region provides a dynamic and supportive environment for our laboratories’ activities. In addition, it offers specialised training in biotechnology, which will create a pool of potential applicants for future recruitment drives. Antofénol will thus benefit from Southern France’s considerable appeal in order to expand its workforce.
Construction is expected to start during the second quarter of 2023, with completion scheduled for the second half of 2024.
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