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Feeding animals naturally

Feeding animals naturally

Building a sustainable future together. Microalgae are able to address many social and environmental issues. We cultivate them for various applications and animal nutrition in particular.

We cultivate microalgae using an innovative, resource-saving, industrial process

We use sun and water to grow microalgae, according to a natural process and only adding a few minerals

We enrich our microalgae for various industries, in particular for animal nutrition and health

Sustainably feed 10 billion people...
... without exhausting the planet

Aquaculture: an asset to address this issue*
Our ambition: foster productivity & impact

* source FAO

Innovative technology

Our patented process unlocks the potential of biofilms. We cultivate microalgae using only water, sunlight, CO2 and minerals. This process allows a more efficient use of resources, significantly increases productivity, and results in a biomass highly concentrated in live microalgae and unique nutritional properties.

A unique offer

A commercialized product highly concentrated in living microalgae, for a more efficient aquaculture

  • Higher survival rate
  • Faster growth
  • Bigger young animals
  • Increased biosecurity
  • Microalgae room alternative
  • "Alive" long shelves life
  • Easy to use
  • Storage reduce volume
  • Important water and energy savings*
  • No natural resources harvesting
  • No polluting waste
  • Carbon absorption2
  • Natural food chain respect
  • Without: GMO, pesticides, heavy metals
  • High level of nutrition and health components
  • Tracability

* compare to classical microalgae cultivation methods, according to a LCA from INRIA

Solutions tailored to your needs

Industrial Engineer

Mathis Mei

Mathis, thanks to his knowledge as a bio-process engineer and his past experiences in the field of microalgae, contributes to the transfer of R&D innovations to the industrial level. Graduated from the School of Industrial Biology (EBI) and Compiègne University of Technology (UTC), he combines his passion for biotechnologies with his desire for innovation.