Using carbon dioxide as a sustainable resource to create nutritious protein
- Led the launch of the REACT-FIRST consortium, an end-to-end value-chain-wide consortium of ten industry and academic partners.
- Building a new facility at the Netherlands-based Brightlands Chemelot Campus to scale up their production process, expected to be operational in early 2022.
- Investors and partners include Barclays, Novo Holdings, DSM, TotalEnergies, Innovate UK, BioMar, Drax, and Sainsbury's.
Currently Operating in Two Regions
March 22, 2021
Deep Branch aims to create protein that will replace the use of soy, which has been linked to deforestationRead on the Guardian »
February 14, 2022
Cutting emissions from the food production process is a key hurdle in the race against climate change. These startups hope they have the inside trackRead on Sifted »
March 16, 2021
Deep Branch raised 8 million euros to build a pilot plant to turn carbon dioxide into feed for livestock.Read on Bloomberg.com »
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