Past winner of sustainability innovation competition The Liveability Challenge says the pandemic has shown that too much money and brainpower has been invested in traditional technologies, and not enough in tech to safeguard food security. Global supply chain disruptions brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic have exposed a lack of investment in food technology that could […]
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If you had S$1 million to invest in a sustainable solution, would you choose to produce alternative protein from cell or plant-based sources? Invest in biodegradable packaging film from food waste or sidestreams? Or back greener technologies that drastically reduce greenhouse gas in our atmosphere? This 8 July, we bring you the highly anticipated The […]
These tiny organisms at the base of the food chain pack a nutritional punch and require a fraction of the land and water needed to produce the same amount of beef. But can foodtech firms convince meat lovers to make the switch? Algae—tiny organisms at the base of the food chain that pack a nutritional punch—could […]
FROM lab-grown “seafood” to dumplings made with tropical fruit instead of pork, rising demand for sustainable meat alternatives in Asia is spawning creative products to appeal to local palates. Meat and seafood consumption in Asia is projected to soar, fuelled by growing middle classes in booming economies, but green groups warn of the environmental damage […]
以较低能源和资源的生产方式用微藻制造出可媲美海鲜类的分离蛋白粉，可用来制造素肉与人造奶等产品，这项研究为食品公司苏菲厨房（Sophie’s Kitchen）赢得宜居挑战的百万元奖金。 read full article, please visit https://www.zaobao.com.sg/news/singapore/story20200115-1021188
Plant-based seafood firm Sophie’s Kitchen is now producing food-grade protein from microalgae, with firm confident it can become a long-term and more sustainable solution to animal and traditional plant-based proteins.
From 300 entries, a sustainable source of protein made with microalgae was awarded top prize in a global search for solutions to make Southeast Asia’s cities cleaner, greener and more comfortable places to live.
SINGAPORE – A Singapore-registered company has won the annual Liveability Challenge, a global call for companies to come up with innovative solutions for clean energy and sustainability in tropical cities. The competition saw an intense battle with over 300 entries from 51 countries fighting for the award sponsored by local non-profit organisation Temasek Foundation. From […]