Swedish fungi protein company Mycorena has partnered with climate impact platform CarbonCloud to assess the footprint of its products.
Mycorena began monitoring its emissions using CarbonCloud’s SaaS platform last year at its pilot production facility. The assessment enables the company to better understand its climate performance.
The plant-based protein company – which produces its fungi-based protein, Promyc, through fermentation – has been identifying areas in which it can improve its footprint using the results.
Ramkumar Nair, founder and CEO of Mycorena, said: “The core of our technology and products relies on our ambition to create an impact on how food is produced today. With this new collaborative effort with CarbonCloud, we can now detail the climate impact of our production process, keeping even the smaller steps in focus. And in the larger picture, it can showcase how Promyc, our mycoprotein, can make a difference compared to all other traditional and market-available food protein ingredients.”
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