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The BioVeritas Process™ upcycles low-value biomass feedstocks by converting them into short-and medium-chain fatty acids. These include acetic, propionic, butyric, valeric, caproic, heptanoic, and caprylic acids.


The heart of the BioVeritas Process™ is Directed Mixed Culture Fermentation, which is powered by a naturally occurring, self-regulating ecosystem of microorganisms that conduct fermentation inspired by what occurs in the gastrointestinal tracts of ruminant animals.  

Our Directed Mixed Culture Fermentation is a step-change improvement from what happens in traditional fermentation, like in the GI tract. Through the combination of excess biomass feedstocks and processing controls, we can direct the physiology and ecology of the mixed culture in a way that enables control over the product outputs. 

Further, Directed Mixed Culture Fermentation does not require costly strain development, CAPEX-intensive fermentation materials, or sterile operating conditions as demanded by precision fermentation. Additionally, mixed cultures are more resistant to contamination, making them more resilient and adaptable.  


From fermentation, the target carboxylic acids are recovered through a series of downstream processing steps including clarification, concentration, extraction, and fractionation. This proprietary process is protected by IP at various stages. Once these target acids are recovered, they are further derivatized to serve market needs.   


  • Upcycling excess biomass 

  • Non-genetically modified microorganisms

  • Potential 75% Reduction in CO2 per kg

  • Bio-based products (≥99% biogenic carbon)  

  • Feedstock flexible 

  • High-purity carboxylic acids 

  • Inputs for a vast range of markets 

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