Tag: Calysta

Nutrition, Energy from Methane: The Digest’s 2017 Muti-Slide Guide to Calysta

Nutrition, Energy from Methane: The Digest’s 2017 Muti-Slide Guide to Calysta

December 24, 2017 |

In December, we reported that Cargill and Calysta will co-create the world’s largest gas fermentation facility in Memphis, Tennessee to produce Calysta’s FeedKind protein, a family of sustainable, traceable nutritional ingredients for fish, livestock and pets. Start-up is expected in late 2018. Amidst a flurry of development announcements, Calysta CEO Alan Shaw gave this illuminating overview of […]

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Calysta ships first Feedkind protein commercial samples 

Calysta ships first Feedkind protein commercial samples 

May 11, 2017 |

In the UK, Calysta has shipped more than four metric tons of commercially representative FeedKind protein for distribution to customers and partners globally. These samples will support market development in the European Union, the United States, Japan, Southeast Asia, China, and Australia. FeedKind protein is a family of natural, sustainable, and traceable feed ingredients for […]

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Winner, winner, salmon dinner? Calysta raises $40M en route to scale

Winner, winner, salmon dinner? Calysta raises $40M en route to scale

May 2, 2017 |

From California arrives the news that Calysta has raised $40 million in a Series D funding led by Mitsui and including amongst its participants Temasek, Cargill, the Municipal Employee Retirement System (MERS) of Michigan, Walden Riverwood Ventures, Aqua-Spark and Pangaea Ventures. Is this a case of “winner, winner, salmon dinner”? The When, Where, What, Why […]

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Super Food, Super Feed: The Digest’s 2017 Multi-Slide Guide to Advanced Nutrition

Super Food, Super Feed: The Digest’s 2017 Multi-Slide Guide to Advanced Nutrition

April 26, 2017 |

In Tennessee this week, NouriTech and its lead investors, Calysta, Inc. and Cargill, officially broke ground on a 37-acre Memphis feed production facility. The plant will be home to the world’s largest gas fermentation operation that will produce Calysta’s FeedKind® protein, a nourishing and sustainable feed ingredient for fish, livestock and pets, using its proprietary technology. […]

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Nutrition and Energy from Methane: The Digest’s 2017 Muti-Slide Guide to Calysta

Nutrition and Energy from Methane: The Digest’s 2017 Muti-Slide Guide to Calysta

March 22, 2017 |

In December, we reported that Cargill and Calysta will co-create the world’s largest gas fermentation facility in Memphis, Tennessee to produce Calysta’s FeedKind protein, a family of sustainable, traceable nutritional ingredients for fish, livestock and pets. Start-up is expected in late 2018. Amidst a flurry of development announcements, Calysta’s Lori Giver gave this illuminating overview of Calysta’s […]

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Calysta’s FeedKind protein wins innovation award

Calysta’s FeedKind protein wins innovation award

October 2, 2016 |

In California, Calysta’s FeedKind protein, a new fish and animal feed ingredient, has been named as the Most Disruptive Innovation at the Bridge2Food Protein Awards. The award, presented at the 9th Protein Summit in Lille, France, comes just days after Calysta officially opened its market introduction facility to produce FeedKind in Teesside, England. Dr. Alan […]

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Calysta names Wenger as CFO, CSO

Calysta names Wenger as CFO, CSO

June 5, 2016 |

In California, Calysta tapped Lynsey Wenger as CFO and Chief Sustainability Officer responsible for the company’s financial strategy, planning and management, and for expansion and implementation of Calysta’s long term sustainability strategy and programs. She joins Calysta following a 16-year career with The Goldman Sachs Group, most recently as a Vice President in the Investment […]

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The Methane Reformation: Intrexon, Calysta chart new pathways to economic heaven

The Methane Reformation: Intrexon, Calysta chart new pathways to economic heaven

April 24, 2016 |

The High Priests of the Advanced Bioeconomy look upon the advocates of methane roughly the same way that Pope Leo X looked upon Martin Luther. It’s heresy, they say. With the exception of the happy but limited tonnes of biogas coming from digesters and landfill, it’s not renewable, goeth the rap against methane. It’s a […]

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Calysta’s fish feed provides significant advantages in water and land consumption, says Carbon Trust

Calysta’s fish feed provides significant advantages in water and land consumption, says Carbon Trust

April 18, 2016 |

In California, Calysta has announced that its FeedKind protein nearly eliminates the need for water and agricultural land for production of fish feed for the aquaculture industry, according to a study from the Carbon Trust. The report provides a detailed analysis of FeedKind protein taking into account a variety of environmental sustainability criteria, and concludes […]

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Cargill and friends invest $30M in Calysta as the gas-to-protein chase heats up

Cargill and friends invest $30M in Calysta as the gas-to-protein chase heats up

February 2, 2016 |

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