Thomas Fontaine goes into his laboratory lined with shelves of dark green bottles and takes a small vial of a sludgy brown substance from the fridge. It gives off a woody, pungent smell. Under a European Commission ruling expected to come into force next year, two elements contained in this oakmoss are to be banned. Continue reading…
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