Calysta's strategic partnerships will secure its position in the aquaculture market

June 22, 2020 | Case Study

Calysta uses methane to feed microbes that are converted into a fishmeal protein alternative, branded FeedKind. In 2016, Calysta announced a project with Cargill, called NouriTech, to open the first commercial-scale FeedKind production facility at Cargill's Memphis, Tennessee, site. While this facility was expected to produce 20,000 MT of FeedKind protein per year by the end of 2018, it has yet to come online as planned. In February 2020, Calysta announced a 50-50 JV, called Calysseo, with animal feed additives company Adisseo (a subsidiary of China National BlueStar) to develop and produce Calysta's FeedKind exclusively for Asian markets.