THE BIOVERITAS PROCESS
BioVeritas’ process upcycles underutilized plant-based byproducts from the food industry by converting them into short- and medium-chain fatty acids using a self-regulating natural ecosystem of microorganisms. This naturally occurring microbial consortium mimics what occurs in the gastrointestinal tracts of various ruminant animals where these organic acids are also produced through fermentation by beneficial microorganisms. BioVeritas then proceeds to recover these organic acids from the fermentation effluent in the greenest, most natural manner, without the use of any petrochemicals, such as mineral acids. BioVeritas’ process fully recycles most of its streams minimizing waste. Only biogenic carbon dioxide, a small amount of compost and potable water (if the feedstock is wet) are generated.
We source excess / residual food
(e.g. rejected pasta)
We ferment using The BioVeritas Process (a modified anaerobic digestion with no methane release)
We create high-value, high-efficacy short-chain fatty acids for many uses