BioFeed-solution is a system that receives the industrial side streams for further processing and pretreatments. The side streams are eventually produced into different types of fertilizers and feeds for new AgTech and FoodTech platforms.
BioFeed allows the circular food production ecosystem to be established in connection with the existing industry. BioFeed has been piloted during 2018-2020 together with breweries, aquaculture and bioenergy industries.
Our mission is to create the most sustainable food production in the world through circular economy. We have a vision where everyone on our planet have access to pure local foods.
One of our major milestone came true when our BioFeed solution got patended as a method and system for recycling and purification of industrial side streams.
Currently we are establishing a Circular AgTech Ecosystem to Lohja in collaboration with Gasum and Rosk’n Roll, where we can recycle the biogas plant side streams for different AgTech platforms, producing the most sustainable food in the world.
Here we will recycle the side streams from Gasum’s biogas plant, with help of our BioFeed-solution. This connects new AgTech and FoodTech solutions to a new food production ecosystem. These AgTech platforms can be microalgae production, vertical farming, indoor hops farming, mushroom farming, RAS-aquaculture etc.
We are actively looking for interested collaborators to our ecosystem. These partners are such as food producers with their AgTech and FoodTech solutions, food and beverage industries, food markets, local restaurants, logistic companies, digital services providers, animal feed producers, real estate developers, investors etc.
The megatrend of urbanization continues and by 2050, up to 80% of all food will be consumed in cities. Globally, we are facing many challenges in this development. New ways of thinking and new ways for collaboration are needed to create a more sustainable food production system, reduce food waste and to ensure adequate nutrition for all the people in the world.
Future scientists estimate that the world’s population will grow to almost 10
billion by 2050. This alone challenges the development for more sustainable ways of producing food. As the effects of climate change increase, the scarcity of arable land and fresh water is a problem, new and more resource efficient solutions for food production are bound to be developed.
We are excited to have the solutions to get through these sustainable development goals and to be concretely be involved in creating a better world for future generations.
Beer lovers, few of you probably know that the brewery needs up to 75 liters of water on average to make one liter of your favorite drink. According to the World Water Report, up to 70% of water is used in agricultural production but only 3% of it is recycled.
The good news is that some of the world breweries have started to regulate water consumption some years ago and to find new solutions to make the beer production more resource efficient.
We have created and piloted the model for sustainable breweries in collaboration with Tornion Panimo and Rock Paper Scissors breweries. This is a circular process where the sidestreams from the breweries can be recycled to produce local fresh hops, the soul of beer. This is also one reason the PURE-project will contain the Urban Hops Farm, an indoor hops production facility.