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Arbiom-lead consortium officially launched SylPlant project during its kick-off meeting

The SylPlant project was officially launched in June 2023. Its kick-off meeting took place in Paris, at Arbiom’s head office, with presentation from partners.

The SylPlant project, focusing on the production of highly nutritional and sustainable protein-rich ingredients, was officially launched on June 14th, 2023, in Paris. During the meeting, partners met in Arbiom’s headquarters in Paris for a two-day kick-off. Each project’s Work Package leader made a 30-minute presentation to introduce their roles, objectives, and action plan for the following years of the project.

This first meeting came as an opportunity for all partners to meet face to face and spend time together, marking the beginning of the project. Presentations covered a large range of topics, touching on every aspect of the protein-rich ingredient value chain from biomass feedstock sourcing to food and feed market applications, including essential tasks like plant construction and regulatory considerations. These aspects are crucial for the overall success of the project and the future collaboration of the partners.

The next meeting for the SylPlant project will be the first General Assembly of the project and will take place in April 2024.


A wide and dynamic consortium

Arbiom is leading this ambitious initiative, which has brought together 17 partners from four different countries. These partners encompass a large range of stakeholders, covering the whole value chain of protein-rich ingredients production, from raw materials sourcing to final consumer insight analysis. They include small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) such as  Biozoon GmbHCentiv GmbH, FibenolPNO Consultants and SATT Sayens, as well as four major companies:  Agromousquetaires (through three entities)BelBiomar, and Normandise Pet Food. Collaborating with these businesses, the project also involves two research organizations, Lyfe Institute (formerly Institut Paul Bocuse) and IFEU – Institute for Energy and Environmental Research Heidelberg, alongside the laboratory Eurofins and the innovation cluster Bioeconomy for Change.


Interested by the project? Follow the SylPlant’s project LinkedIn page to stay tuned to its progress and receive updates on the latest developments.





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