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Roquette Research Program To Develop Plant-Based Protein Alternatives To Animal, Soy Proteins

October 9, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
French biorefiner Roquette Freres has established a research program that will focus on developing plant-based proteins to meet the needs of a growing world population. Roquette has been processing plant-based raw materials for more than 75 years, but the new research program, dubbed Proteov, is a response to the fact that the global population is expected to reach nine billion by 2050. The Proteov research program will develop sustainable and affordable plant-derived protein sources that offer an alternative to animal proteins or soybeans. New Products will target general human and animal nutrition, sports, weight management and weight loss, and clinical and infant nutrition.
"Roquette commits itself to the development of a new generation of vegetable proteins", Press release, Roquette, October 09, 2012, © Roquette Freres
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