Could the next big thing in alternative proteins be a something tiny and green?
Several companies see a bright future for plant protein, and for microalgae in particular. But whether this attractive protein source can muscle out a place for itself against heavyweights like soy and pea is an open question. While soy has been the alternative protein of choice for years, up-and-coming companies like Hampton Creek are using pea protein to make a substitute for eggs and mayonnaise, and are attracting high-powered investors. Will microalgae companies be able to follow suit?

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September 22, 2021

Allmicroalgae: ancient superfoods meet modern-day demand (Vitafoods Expo 2021)

Geneva, Vitafoods Expo 5-7 October 2021, booth J291: Allmicroalgae will introduce its portfolio of nutrient-rich, sustainable and vegan-friendly microalgae ingredients. Special Discounts to Celebrate Vitafoods'21 To celebrate its participation in…
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September 15, 2021

Joana Laranjeira Silva taking Allmicroalgae chlorella production to the European Chlorella Conference 2021

Joana Laranjeira Silva, Allmicroalgae R&D and Plant Manager, had an insightful presentation on Allmicroalgae's way of producing chlorella, on Wednesday, September 15th, at the European Chlorella Conference 2021. Outras Notícias
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September 8, 2021

Joana Laranjeira Silva and Pedro Quelhas presenting at the 17th edition of the International Conference on Renewable Resources & Biorefineries (RRB 2021), in Aveiro

Allmicroalgae was present at the 17th edition of the International Conference on Renewable Resources & Biorefineries (RRB 2021), taking place in Aveiro (Portugal), from 6 Sept to 8 Sept. RRB…