In an exclusive interview, Anneke Roes, Representative at Phycom, shares the company’s groundbreaking strides in sustainable, high-quality food production. From scalable algae cultivation to meeting industry needs, Phycom’s four-pillar approach heralds a new era. With certified closed production systems, genome-sequenced algae strains, and 24/7 autonomous processes, Phycom is at the forefront of future food innovation. […]
Phycom Receives Second Funding To Further Strengthen Growth
5 SEPTEMBER 2023 – Phycom announces an investment of over 9 million EUR from key partners today. The investment round secures microalgae cultivation with constant, top-tier quality on an industrial scale. The microalgae producer in Veenendaal, The Netherlands, is honoured that the investors have endorsed the future of food and funded microalgae production for healthy people and animals.
Micro-algen Platform’s mission is to further develop the microalgae sector through collaboration with various parties throughout the chain.
Phycom is a partner of Feed Design Lab: the research and education centre for innovation and sustainability in the animal feed sector. In an open innovation network, feed and technology companies work together internationally to achieve a sustainable animal production chain. To achieve this, a production facility has been created where research on new raw […]
PREFER: predicting the allergic sensitization capacity of novel dietary proteins
The project focuses on developing safe and environmentally friendly alternatives to food proteins using cellular materials such as microalgae.
Phycom Algae on the menu
APRIL 2021 – To better inspire product developers, we’ve been collaborating with two chefs to bring out the use of algae in food. Bas Cloo and Joris Schildknecht (a.k.a. the vegetable chef) have worked together to bring out the properties of algae. The assignment was not to think about recipes but rather the technical functionality […]
APRIL 2022 – The Wageningen Livestock Research studied the effects of Phycom algae in broiler feed. The researchers published that the inclusion of 0.8% of Chlorella vulgaris biomass in diets significantly affects bird immunity and improves body weight, significantly improving the Feed Conversion Rate. The paper concludes… read the full article here