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Minimizing Single-Use Plastic Consumables

November 12th, 2018

Minimizing Single-Use Plastic Consumables Recent media attention on the issues of single-use plastic consumables is bringing to light the problems SNP Inc. has been adamantly addressing since its inception in 1968. Since SNP’s earliest days, its mission has been to promote and utilize green chemistries in any and all applications pertinent to its customers. For… Read More »


SNP Announces Addition of Dr. Michael Joyce

September 20th, 2018

SNP Inc. is excited to announce the hire of Dr. Michael Joyce as Special Projects Manager. Dr. Joyce received M.S. and Ph.D degrees in Paper and Printing Science from Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo MI. After graduating from WMU, Dr. Joyce accepted a Post-Doctoral Scholar position in the Department of Forest and Biomaterials at NC State… Read More »


SNP Inc. Announces Kosher Certified Products

February 1st, 2017

SNP Inc. is strengthening its natural sodium alginate polymers in 2017 by announcing the kosher-certification of its C-series and N-series product line. In partnership with OK Kosher, SNP Inc. successfully completed the kosher-certification process. Our alginate Kosher products will bear the OK Kosher symbol.

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SNP, Inc. Introduces Director of New Product Innovation

February 1st, 2017

SNP Inc. is pleased to announce the recent hire of Dr. Margaret Kehoe as Director of New Product Innovation. This strategic hire was made to deliver innovative natural and synthetic polymer solutions for our current and future client base.

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Natural Polymers 101

January 1st, 2016

At SNP, our goal is to find the best product to fit your needs. We offer a range of polymers for many of applications, including natural polysaccharides derived from salt water plants. Learn more about the natural polysaccharides we offer, and contact us to discuss your chemical manufacturing needs today.

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Rheology Modifiers

January 1st, 2016

All materials start with an original form at rest that resists flow when an applied shear force is applied. This resistance is due to internal forces that result from interactions between material components. Viscosity is the measurement of this resistance to flow and is a core concept of rheology.

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