Dow Wolff Cellulosics
We are a preferred development partner for manufacturers and suppliers in the food and pharmaceutical markets. Dow Wolff Cellulosics supplies high-performance, cellulose-based products and related chemistries along with formulation know-how to help our customers innovate and differentiate in highly-regulated markets.
We have decades of experience in pharmaceutical excipients, food and nutrition, along with an innate understanding of the regulatory frameworks governing these sectors.
We offer a wide variety of ingredients with multiple functionalities, enabling a wide array of benefits. They comply with FDA and USP/NF requirements and meet the requirements of:
- The Food Chemicals Codex
- The International Codex Alimentarius and/or US Pharmacopoeia (USP) or National Formulary (NF)
- Japanese, British and continental European pharmacopoeias
Dedicated to performance
We cater to the changing needs of all formulators and brand owners whose label claims are enabled by our solutions.
Cellulosics and their derivatives are produced from renewable raw materials, mainly pine pulp, sourced primarily from suppliers that implement certified sustainable forestry practices. Whether for healthier food ingredients or enhanced medicinal delivery, products containing Cellulosics help improve the daily lives of billions of people.
Delivering solutions, worldwide
|Our worldwide growth is based on robust manufacturing capabilities among the most advanced in our sector, and on global, regional and local investment. It’s driven by our people, leading product brands, application know-how, global supply and an unremitting focus on R&D – all combined with a tireless pursuit of solutions to the production and marketing challenges our customers face.||Dow Wolff Cellulosics is a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company and was established in July 2007 to encompass the activities of what were previously Wolff Walsrode and Dow’s Water Soluble Polymers business. It’s now a large business employing over 1,000 people in 10 manufacturing sites and 15 R&D facilities worldwide, all geared towards serving customers in around 160 countries.|