Roquette launched a unit producing algae-based foods, strengthening its position in the growing algae-food segment

Last month, Roquette introduced a production unit dedicated to microalgae-based food ingredients at its industrial site in Lestrem, France. The unit has production capacity of 4,000 tons/year to 5,000 tons/year. Using this facility, Roquette converts the microalgae chlorella to a range of food in...

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