EN3ZYME For
Cellulosic Sugars

A potential cost-effective alternative carbon source

EN3ZYME For
Cellulosic Sugars

A potential cost-effective
alternative carbon source

WHY?

Growing dependence on processed simple sugars (derived from staples like rice, corn, and maize) as a carbon feedstock in fermentation-based alternative protein production.

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Currently, the predominant use of processed sugars as a carbon source for fermentation raises pressing sustainability issues within the food industry. This places fermentation-derived alternative protein products in direct competition with essential human food sources. 

Utilizing crops for alternative proteins risks food security, biodiversity, and ecosystem balance, affecting global food access and driving up prices. Furthermore, unpredictable feedstock supply may disrupt supply chains, impact policies adversely, and raise feedstock costs, hindering the accessibility, scalability, and affordability of fermentation-derived alternative proteins. 

Unlocking the potential of biomass-derived cellulosic sugars is a critical step in addressing the challenge of sourcing low-cost carbon source for alternative proteins and synbio products manufacturing through precision fermentation.