Ethanol alternative could be food-grade alcohol

08/27/2006 | MSNBC

Iowa researchers are developing a possible use for corn-based ethanol in food-grade alcohol that could be used in drugs as well as drinks and personal-care products. Two professors said a relatively small added expenditure may be needed to remove many impurities from the fuel version to purify it enough for food use, but it would offer an alternative market for ethanol if gas prices decline.

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