The Singapore Food Agency has approved the sale of food products containing Solein®, the microbial protein-rich powder produced by Finnish startup Solar Foods. The production process runs on electricity, carbon dioxide, hydrogen, oxygen and small amounts of other nutrients. Solar Foods is also seeking regulatory approval in the United States, the UK and the European Union.
Media coverage includes:
- The Guardian: All sizzle, no steak: how Singapore became the centre of the plant-based meat industry
- Green Queen: Solar Foods Earns Regulatory Approval In Singapore for Carbon-Captured Protein
- Food Navigator: Solar Foods protein ‘made from air’ gets novel food nod in Singapore