Imagine if organisms and cells invisible to the naked eye could help solve some of humanity’s biggest challenges. Biomass and precision fermentation, as well as meat cultivation, offer immense potential to feed a growing population while consuming fewer natural resources. At Tetra Pak, we see these new food processes as the next leap forward in our promise to protect what’s good: food, people and planet.
We’re collaborating with an international network of stakeholders from the public, private and academic sectors to advance innovation in new food. Together, we are working to find answers to today’s challenges and develop complete, end-to-end solutions for bringing new products to market.
To bring biomass and precision fermentation-derived ingredients to market, nothing is more important than working together. It’s about knowledge-sharing between all the different stakeholders: from start-ups and incubators to established food businesses, suppliers and more.
Many beverages can be enriched with nutrients: from dairy and plant-based to sports drinks, fruit juices and more. When it comes to those nutrients, biomass and precision fermentation offer new ways to meet consumer demands for products that, ideally, can be produced with a lower environmental impact than many “traditional” products.
We offer a broad portfolio of food and beverage solutions, developed with over 50 years of application expertise. Learn how we work with you to identify the right technologies and support the development of complete, end-to-end solutions for full-scale production.
With the global population set to hit approximately 10 billion by 2050, we need to produce more food. But simply expanding agriculture is not the answer – there isn’t enough arable land. Could new food processes provide an alternative source while improving climate impact, resource and land use, and overall carbon footprint?