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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November 25, 2022

AlgaValor Webinar | WP5 Circular Bioeconomy – from effluents to novel products through microalgae

On Friday, Nov 25th, the ALGAVALOR project, led by Allmicroalgae, organized the WP5 Webinar aiming to showcase the project's progress on the Microalgae-driven Circular Economy field, presenting approaches taken regarding…
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November 17, 2022

FoodConnX brings ALLMA to Nordic Organic Food Fair & Eco Living Scandinavia 2022

FoodConnX/ Algae Holland, a dedicated European food distributor and retailer, and Allmicroalgae partner, unveils in its portfolio the Portuguese microalgae food brand ALLMA at the Nordic Organic Food Fair & Eco…
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October 28, 2022

Nádia Correia and Inês Guerra won 1st and 2nd Place in the Young Researcher Poster Competition, at the Algae Biomass Summit 2022

Nádia Correia, PhD Student at the Universidade do Algarve in collaboration with Allmicroalgae and LNEG, presented on "High-value biomass composition from heterotrophic and autotrophic cultivation of novel Chlorococcum amblystomatis", on…