Burcon launches ingredient processing and scale up services
By Food in Canada StaffProcessing Burcon Nutrascience Corporation Editor pick Manitoba
“After a successful round of financing, we are thrilled to move forward on our Burcon 2.0 strategy. In order to engage the market and improve our customer intimacy, we are excited to offer Burcon’s world-class expertise and pilot-scale processing as a service,” said Kip Underwood, Burcon’s chief executive officer. “Our Winnipeg technical centre offers a comprehensive range of plant protein processing capabilities. We look forward to supporting our fellow industry peers to develop the next generation of best-in-class ingredients and products.”
Burcon’s Winnipeg technical centre comprises 10,000-sf of lab and pilot-scale production area with commercial processing equipment for start-to-finish product development. Manufacturers looking to upcycle by-products, develop end-to-end processes or to validate and scale-up a process can leverage the company’s infrastructure and food processing consultancy services.
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