Our aim is to reuse the waste stream of canola oil processing, the rapeseed press cake and use it in noodles production. This would address the problem of reducing waste during the production, producing a new product which is high in protein content as well as calories. Moreover, the carbon footprint of canola oil processing is relatively low. In long term we hope to make at least a small impact in global pollution, introduce proteins from a plant based source and deliver a nutritious protein rich meal to the market.
Propers envisioned to develop healthy and sustainable products from underutilized tropical protein sources. In the next five years, we aim to capture value from an abundant and underutilized rubber seed.
Compared with the traditional proteins extracted from plants or animals, phycocyanin has antioxidant, antitumor and immunomodulatory functions, and has a wide range of sources and high yield, which can solve the problem of protein shortage. Our team plans to develop a series of nutritional foods with phycocyanin as the protein source. Increase consumer's acceptance of this blue "protein.". In the later stage, our team also hopes to design a reasonable scheme to cultivate algae with food industry wastewater, reduce the production cost of phycocyanin and reduce industrial pollution.
Overfishing (wild catch) is threatening our marine ecosystems. Almost 30% of fish stocks are already over-exploited.
Aquaculture is seen by many as part of the sustainable solution to combat this. Yet, there are some challenges that stand in the way:
1. Carnivorous fish are fed with wild caught fish, which is contributing to overfishing.
2. Alternative feed and protein sources are still underexplored and underutilized.
3. Current pellet feeding methods are inefficient as fish are inequally fed and a lot of feed drops through the aquaculture cage to the ocean floor, polluting the water.
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India has the lowest average protein consumption as compared to other Asian countries with an average intake of approx. 0.6gm/ kg body weight (RDA: 0.8-1gm/ kg body weight) which is the major cause of malnutrition among varied age groups. A 2017 survey shows that 73% of Indians are protein deficient. At PROOKIES, we aim to resolve this issue by adding protein rich cookies to the diet of Indians.
Prot-N-suF aims to improve the well being of pet animals by providing a customer-focused pet feed formulation of organically produced protein-derived functional molecules. This in turn ensures healthy pet diet management and promotes a sense of responsible and sustainable pet ownership.
At Pemla, we believe that living foods promote health for both people and planet. Our long-term goal is to source proteins, fats and carbohydrates from sustainable agriculture, especially regenerative agroforestry systems. Currently, agriculture continues to be a major source of environmental pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. Human diets, and how we source ingredients, must evolve if civilization is to continue advancing on this delicate planet.
As a company, we seek to address the problem of malnutrition in non-developed and developed countries and exploit unused resources from earth by diminishing the intense exploitation of others. We begin our mission by supplying a highly nutritious and sustainable milk alternative to the world.
We address protein demand as the population in the global south grows. Despite agriculture is the main income there, protein sovereignties are of less concern. Meanwhile, their agricultural system is vulnerable to losses of raw material potentially rich in proteins. Utilizing agro-waste facilitates affordable proteins for nutrient-underprivileged mass. In the longer-term, we determine to achieve sustainable innovations in high-valued protein, promoted with lower price via fermentation and improved supply chains.