Mold inhibition is key to extending shelf life of baked goods. Propionic acid forms the basis of one of the most effective mold inhibitors available. The propionic acid market is growing ~3% per year.
98% of propionic acid on the market today is derived from petrochemicals. As consumers are driving explosive growth in clean label solutions, natural mold inhibitors -- often called “cultured products” -- have emerged, yet they lack the efficacy of the synthetic versions.
BioVeritas’s innovative process of upcycling excess biomass via fermentation produces a cultured extract with high efficacy that shows superiority to other clean-label mold inhibitors, and similar performance with synthetic calcium propionate.
EARLY TEST RESULTS
Food Preservation by the Numbers
RELEVANT MARKET SIZE
PROJECTED ANNUAL GROWTH
Most Natural Process
Process most closely matches Mother Nature’s anaerobic digestion process – but without methane emissions.
Naturally occurring mixed culture fermentation with no petrochemicals. Products are fully vegetarian.
Uses renewable raw materials (highly flexible biomass feedstock) and intends to produce net zero emissions.
Industry Leading Products
Highly flexible range of products.