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Global leader in sustainable solutions

To create a future with sufficient resources for a growing population, the world needs to adopt circular systems, where material flows are recovered and re-used. The material transition refers to the process of replacing traditional materials, such as fossil-fuel-based plastics, with more sustainable alternatives. This transition is driven by a growing awareness of the environmental impact of traditional materials and the need to reduce dependency on fossil fuels. Additionally, consumers are increasingly looking for environmentally sustainable natural products and a way to reduce their carbon footprint.

Corbion is a Dutch biotechnology company that specialises in the production of lactic acid and lactic acid derivatives and goes beyond this in the manner of formulating enzymes, minerals, and algae ingredients. Corbion’s biobased products are inherently circular and critical enablers of the circular economy, as they reduce the use of fossil resources that cannot be replenished. A circular economy is an economic system in which resources are used, reused, and replenished in a closed loop, and aims to minimise waste and pollution, while also conserving natural resources to achieve a sustainable future.

“We are calling ourselves a fermentation powerhouse,” says Olivier Rigaud, the CEO of Corbion. “So it's about using the power of nature and we spoke about microbes, there are hundreds of billions of microbes on Earth; bacteria, fungi, yeast, but also microalgae for instance and we are using these really to create functionalities in functional ingredients again to preserve food, but also to feed farmed fish so it's a very wide area of applications that that we are tackling.”

A major part of Corbion's commitment to sustainable business practices is through food waste reduction by natural preservation, food waste is a major factor in carbon emissions. Additionally, we contribute to reducing overfishing by producing microalgae to feed farmed fish. This reduces the need for wild-caught fish, which further reduces the depletion of the oceans and allows wild numbers to recover, and lowers carbon footprints. It is through this approach and through exploring the circular economy through algae fermentation that Corbion contributes to a more sustainable world. Corbion algae ingredients enable sustainable aquaculture growth to feed 10 billion people by 2050, benefitting both the planet and the people on it.

A sustainable bioeconomy can only be realised when the full value chain is taken into consideration, from raw material sourcing to manufacturing, use, and end-of-life. Corbion’s bio-based resources depend on agriculture, one of the largest contributors to environmental and social impacts. The implementation of sustainable agriculture is vital to maintaining economic performance while minimising damage to the environment. Currently, 60% of Corbion’s revenues contribute to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, and this is set to be increased to 85% by 2030.

For over 100 years, Corbion has been uncompromising in its commitment to safety, quality, innovation, and performance, drawing on unique expertise in fermentation and other processes to deliver sustainable solutions to preserve what matters.

To create a future with sufficient resources for a growing population, the world needs to adopt circular systems, where material flows are recovered and re-used. The material transition refers to the process of replacing traditional materials, such as fossil-fuel-based plastics, with more sustainable alternatives. This transition is driven by a growing awareness of the environmental impact of traditional materials and the need to reduce dependency on fossil fuels. Additionally, consumers are increasingly looking for environmentally sustainable natural products and a way to reduce their carbon footprint.

Corbion is a Dutch biotechnology company that specialises in the production of lactic acid and lactic acid derivatives and goes beyond this in the manner of formulating enzymes, minerals, and algae ingredients. Corbion’s biobased products are inherently circular and critical enablers of the circular economy, as they reduce the use of fossil resources that cannot be replenished. A circular economy is an economic system in which resources are used, reused, and replenished in a closed loop, and aims to minimise waste and pollution, while also conserving natural resources to achieve a sustainable future.

“We are calling ourselves a fermentation powerhouse,” says Olivier Rigaud, the CEO of Corbion. “So it's about using the power of nature and we spoke about microbes, there are hundreds of billions of microbes on Earth; bacteria, fungi, yeast, but also microalgae for instance and we are using these really to create functionalities in functional ingredients again to preserve food, but also to feed farmed fish so it's a very wide area of applications that that we are tackling.”

A major part of Corbion's commitment to sustainable business practices is through food waste reduction by natural preservation, food waste is a major factor in carbon emissions. Additionally, we contribute to reducing overfishing by producing microalgae to feed farmed fish. This reduces the need for wild-caught fish, which further reduces the depletion of the oceans and allows wild numbers to recover, and lowers carbon footprints. It is through this approach and through exploring the circular economy through algae fermentation that Corbion contributes to a more sustainable world. Corbion algae ingredients enable sustainable aquaculture growth to feed 10 billion people by 2050, benefitting both the planet and the people on it.

A sustainable bioeconomy can only be realised when the full value chain is taken into consideration, from raw material sourcing to manufacturing, use, and end-of-life. Corbion’s bio-based resources depend on agriculture, one of the largest contributors to environmental and social impacts. The implementation of sustainable agriculture is vital to maintaining economic performance while minimising damage to the environment. Currently, 60% of Corbion’s revenues contribute to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, and this is set to be increased to 85% by 2030.

For over 100 years, Corbion has been uncompromising in its commitment to safety, quality, innovation, and performance, drawing on unique expertise in fermentation and other processes to deliver sustainable solutions to preserve what matters.

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Global leader in sustainable solutions

To create a future with sufficient resources for a growing population, the world needs to adopt circular systems, where material flows are recovered and re-used. The material transition refers to the process of replacing traditional materials, such as fossil-fuel-based plastics, with more sustainable alternatives. This transition is driven by a growing awareness of the environmental impact of traditional materials and the need to reduce dependency on fossil fuels. Additionally, consumers are increasingly looking for environmentally sustainable natural products and a way to reduce their carbon footprint.

Corbion is a Dutch biotechnology company that specialises in the production of lactic acid and lactic acid derivatives and goes beyond this in the manner of formulating enzymes, minerals, and algae ingredients. Corbion’s biobased products are inherently circular and critical enablers of the circular economy, as they reduce the use of fossil resources that cannot be replenished. A circular economy is an economic system in which resources are used, reused, and replenished in a closed loop, and aims to minimise waste and pollution, while also conserving natural resources to achieve a sustainable future.

“We are calling ourselves a fermentation powerhouse,” says Olivier Rigaud, the CEO of Corbion. “So it's about using the power of nature and we spoke about microbes, there are hundreds of billions of microbes on Earth; bacteria, fungi, yeast, but also microalgae for instance and we are using these really to create functionalities in functional ingredients again to preserve food, but also to feed farmed fish so it's a very wide area of applications that that we are tackling.”

A major part of Corbion's commitment to sustainable business practices is through food waste reduction by natural preservation, food waste is a major factor in carbon emissions. Additionally, we contribute to reducing overfishing by producing microalgae to feed farmed fish. This reduces the need for wild-caught fish, which further reduces the depletion of the oceans and allows wild numbers to recover, and lowers carbon footprints. It is through this approach and through exploring the circular economy through algae fermentation that Corbion contributes to a more sustainable world. Corbion algae ingredients enable sustainable aquaculture growth to feed 10 billion people by 2050, benefitting both the planet and the people on it.

A sustainable bioeconomy can only be realised when the full value chain is taken into consideration, from raw material sourcing to manufacturing, use, and end-of-life. Corbion’s bio-based resources depend on agriculture, one of the largest contributors to environmental and social impacts. The implementation of sustainable agriculture is vital to maintaining economic performance while minimising damage to the environment. Currently, 60% of Corbion’s revenues contribute to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, and this is set to be increased to 85% by 2030.

For over 100 years, Corbion has been uncompromising in its commitment to safety, quality, innovation, and performance, drawing on unique expertise in fermentation and other processes to deliver sustainable solutions to preserve what matters.

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