Our food system is broken

“Roughly one third of the food produced in the world for human consumption every year — approximately 1.3 billion tonnes — gets lost or wasted.”

— Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations

 

 
 

A technology inspired by nature

We look for answers in one of the most efficient and self-sustaining food system that we know: the forest soils. In a natural ecosystem, nutrients are recycled. The waste products are up-cycled by the decomposers in the soils. Fungi’s extensive mycelial network in the soils acting as a giant digestive system in forests, making Fungi one of the most efficient decomposers on our planet.

Our solution uses the same mycelial cells to up-cycle nutrients in the side-streams of agro- and food industries into delicious and nutritious biomass, restoring the circularity to our modern food system.

 
 

 

Our process in a nutshell

 
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1.

We take pieces of mushroom mycelia (roots) and cultivate them in a controlled and optimal environment. These serve as the “seed” for the final biomass we eventually harvest.

 
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2.

We feed the mycelium with side streams of agro-and food industries. In large bioreactors, the mushroom mycelial cells ferment the side streams and multiply. This biological process accumulates delicious and healthy biomass rich in protein and dietary fiber.

 
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The harvested biomass serves as the main raw ingredient for all our products. Our process ends with delicious, healthy and sustainable everyday foods that replace the meat on your plate.

 

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