Power to Food
We create sustainable alternatives to traditional oil and fat products. They’re created through ”Power-to-X” technology that combines water and carbon dioxide together with electricity into fatty acids and triglycerids. The process bipasses traditional agricultural production which decreases the use of fresh water, nitrogen, phosphorous, and the need for larger areas of arable land.
With the Green-On process we can replicate animal or plant based products down to the very last molecule, or create completely new compounds, all in the lab. Making everything vegan, everything cruelty-free, everything sustainable.
Make Food Anywhere
When you’re trying to feed the world, arable land is a problem. Finding locations where the soil is right, the climate is right, and bugs don’t kill the crops, are all problems. Green-On’s poduction process is a solution. We can make food anywhere; in the arctic, in the desert, maybe someday even on Mars.
Plastic from Waste
By-products from industrial processes are often seen as something negative. But not always. The by-products from our power-to-food process include building blocks for plastic polymers that can be used as fossil free material for the plastic industry.
Waste is a matter of perspective, after all.
Why Green-On’s alternative fats and oils? What are the real world benefits to using the power-to-food process to create hard fat for food, sweets and other products? Here are a few key highlights:
- No arable land
- No fertilizers
- No pesticides
- No deforestation
- Provide food security
- Use less fresh water
- Avoid climate-related issues
- Carbon neutral (going on carbon negative!)
Press Release July 19 2022
Green-On in new partnerships to create sustainable food for the future. The Sweden-based foodtech company Green-On announces two new partners…
Shortening for Sandwiches
Swedish state news media outlet SVT reports about Green-On (includes video): - In leaves, the plant uses chemical reactions to…
Power to Food
Food Planet Prize has written an article about Green-On: Production of foodstuffs using this process can replace part of today’s…
A Kilo of Butter
Business industry magazine DI has written an article about Green-On: A prerequisite for making food from electricity is, of course, that…