Animal-free dairy cheese
is obviously awesome and is rightly loved by people all around the world.
But we all face many challenges when it comes to finding sustainable solutions for food production.
How can we make cheese sustainable?
We need to find a groovier way to make the thing we all love.
What if we could create
The wonders of science meets traditional cheese-making.
All of the ingredients for cheese can be found outside of conventional dairy. Except caseins – they’re the proteins that give cheese its unique taste, texture, and aroma.
Caseins are notoriously tricky to make, but through our experience in biotechnology and food science, we calculated how they can be manufactured through fermentation.
Using our new sustainable process, we realised we could make our own milk and otherwise follow the age-old cheese-making process.
Micro Organism Farming
We generate protein-producing microbes and feed them with plant-based sugars in our fermenters. Imagine a brewery, but for cheese.
Micro Organism Milking
We then recover and purify the cheese proteins.
We mix the proteins with plant-based or mineral ingredients (lipids, sugars, but no lactose).
We then follow the traditional processes of cheesemaking; curdling, draining, molding, salting, and ripening.
That’s what we do. And our sustainable, dairy, vegan cheese is amazing.
Standing Ovation. Animal-free dairy cheese.