Portuguese company Allmicroalgae – one of the largest European producers of microalgae – presents two new Chlorella powders in response to the increasing demand for plant-based food solutions. When compared to conventional, intensely green-coloured products, […]
Most alt-meat companies use ingredients such as soy, wheat, and peas. But Singaporean startup Sophie’s Bionutrients is working with an ingredient it believes is even more sustainable and nutritious — microalgae.
Japanese plant-based meat startup Next Meats Co LTD recently announced it has signed a joint product development agreement with biotech company euglena Co. Also based in Japan, euglena specialises in the cultivation of the microalgae species […]
Australian Provectus Algae Appoints Ryan Bethencourt, Raises $3.25M for “World’s Most Valuable Speciality Ingredients”
Provectus Algae, an Australian biotech company that optimises microalgae to produce a whole new range of natural products, in a process described as “Precision Photosynthesis™”, today announces a $3.25 million Seed round led by Hong […]
Plant-based products make up about a third of Unilever‘s portfolio and the company is aiming to demonstrate that it is focused on the global transition to sustainable proteins. We reported yesterday that Unilever has pioneer […]
Algae has been shown in tests and studies to be not only extremely protein-dense but also highly sustainable. Algae and microalgae are being increasingly utilised around the world for myriad applications such as clothes, medicines, […]
Marine ingredient startup Yemoja, Ltd has announced the opening of its new plant dedicated to the production of sustainable microalgae. The facility dedicated to microalgae cultivation, located within the historic mountains of the scenic Upper […]
Marine ingredient startup, Yemoja, Ltd., has created a next-gen platform for cultivating customized, microalgae on demand. Co-founder Amikam Bar-Gil says, “Microalgae are sunlight-driven, single-celled factories, and by nature highly resilient and versatile. They also are […]
Made by innovative French company Odontella, a new product called Veggie Marine Salmon is made from microalgae and said to cook and taste just like salmon.