Also, their wording on 'an increasing number' bodes very well for FF's acceptance and exponential growth, particularly following patent coverage in a further 10 terrotories.
"An increasing number of further commercial projects have been initiated by DSM with prospective customers, with good prospects for these projects to be launched as consumer products. Interest in the technology exists in all major global markets."
"a reduction in Fruitflow® powder production costs was realised towards the close of the quarter ended 30 June 2014" This interests me and I am sure that other researchers will have spotted the timing of this reduction and link it to other Tomato based patents that were lodged around this time. We don't all sit around with our heads in the sand all day.
From my understanding of the agreement we have not covered our share of the start up costs -DSM have completed the initial scale up costs of production but that does not mean we are not drawing down a continued share of same from our share of profits.
Agreed,the next set of results will be interesting,and should reveal all,the only thing in that statement that sticks out was" Initial start up costs of the powder,more costs to come?No one knows how much Dsm are selling and what is the profit split,hopefully meet at the Agm(wherever it is)
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