-- For 60 years, a Dow Chemical Co. cellulose derivative called Ethocel has been used to make everything from plastic water canteens to controlled-release agents for prescription drugs. Now, Dow is thinking about an edible version. The idea is to exploit Ethocel's film-forming qualities to bind mineral supplements to rice, which governments in poor countries could distribute to help combat malnutrition.
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