Sophie's Bionutrients Pte. Ltd
We are UNLOCKING MACRO-NUTRIENTS AT THE MICRO-LEVEL!!
We are developing a new sustainable plant-based protein out of microalgae. We have a proprietary strain of microalgae which can grow in a fermentation tank, be fed on various food waste, and could be harvested in just 3 days. Our microalgae has 60% of protein which has high quality essential amino acids profile, exceeding WHO requirements for protein products.
Using our technology, protein production can produce 25% less carbon footprint than the conventional technologies. Also, 90% of the water we use can be recycled. And the space footprint we use to produce the same amount of protein is less than 1/1000 of conventional technologies.
|Sales markets||Western Europe; Eastern Europe; Asia; Australia; North America; Central/South America|
|Primary business activity||Manufacturer: Ingredients / Additives; Raw Material Supplier|
|Affiliated categories:||Algae |Anti-allergens |Dairy Replacement More|
Our Top products
SBN Maryland style crab-cakes
Most of the plant-based protein has a very strong “vegetable protein” taste which requires heavy seasoning and taste masking to make into plant-based meat alternatives. SBN Microalgae Protein has a unique UMAMI taste profile which makes it easy for making clean label plant-based meat alternatives.More info
SBN Microalgae Protein Flour
A pure protein flour with high in protein and can be used inANY food applications.
SBN Microalgae Protein is isolated from unicellular microalgae (Chlorella protothecoides) extracted and concentrated to contain a minimum of 60% protein content on dry matter basis . Instead of the usual ...
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