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Calysta's FeedKind single-cell protein brought to you by Thai Union Group

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May 15, 2019
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Thai Union and Calysta formed a joint collaboration in 2018 to trial FeedKind as a replacement for 10% of Thai Union's shrimp feed. From the project efforts, the first FeedKind-fed shrimp appeared at the 2019 Seafood Expo Global, exhibiting another successful shrimp feeding trial for Calysta and a vote of confidence in single-cell protein as an aquaculture feed ingredient. Moreover, the project recognized FeedKind's unique isotopic carbon signature for seafood traceability – a potential but unexplored advantage for single-celled protein against competing alternative proteins. Clients should explore alternative protein production methods that are applicable to your waste streams, as these proteins continue to generate broad interest.

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