High-performance food ingredients through biotecnology.
Michroma is revolutionazing the way we produce ingredientes by using fungal biofactories and precision fermentation to produce the next generation of natural ingredients in a sustainable, cost-effective and scalable way.
Our first product is high-performance red colorant, pH and thermal stable, vegan, Kosher and Halal which we are prototyping with the top food and cosmetic companies all over the world. We have projects for orange and yellow colorants, mycoprotein, more colors like blue and green and flavors and fragrances produced by our powerful platform.
|Sales markets||Asia; Australia; Central/South America; Eastern Europe; Middle East; North America; Western Europe|
|Primary business activity||Manufacturer: Ingredients / Additives; Raw Material Supplier|
|Affiliated categories:||Antioxidant More|
Our Top products
Red+ by Michroma
Novel high-performance red colorant from fungi perfect for a wide range of applications. Characteristics:
- Ph stable from 2 to 10
- Thermal stable
- Vegan, Kosher and Halal
- High solubility
- Stable from batch to batch
- No pesticides/agrochemicals used
- Antioxidant properties
News about Michroma
26 Mar 2022
Michroma takes fungal food colors platform to pilot scale to produce pH-stable, heat-stable natural red
Michroma, which has offices in Argentina and San Francisco, CA, has identified filamentous fungi strains that naturally produce a target color.Read more
25 Mar 2022
Michroma appoints EVERY™ Company's CEO as advisor
Michroma has announced that Arturo Elizondo, founder, and CEO of The EVERY™ Company (formerly Clara Foods Co.), has joined the company's Board of Advisors.Read more
24 Aug 2021
Startup success for Michroma
Michroma is on a mission to replace all petroleum-based ingredients with one of nature’s most powerful weapons – fungi. Read more on the Fi Global Startup Innovation Challenge category winners here.Read more
23 Apr 2021
A rainbow of opportunities: How fermentation is creating "agricultural 2.0"
Biotechnology applications garner increasing attention in 2021, with fermentation processing expected to accelerate and expand commercialisation.Read more