New Protein Solutions
We secure tomorrow's vegetable protein supplyThree pillars in a growth market
We are at the beginning of a plant-based revolution and facing a fundamental change in our food system. The demand for vegetarian and vegan products is growing rapidly. With the New Protein Solutions business unit, BayWa takes responsibility and makes an active contribution to securing the protein supply of tomorrow in the long term.
BayWa acts as a link between agricultural production, food processing and food retailing. The business unit is divided into three areas:
BayWa AgriFoodTech Venture ReportBayWa Venture has been investing in ten AgriFoodTech start-ups since 2021, promoting promising cultivation and processing technologies as well as new sales channels for farmers.
More and more people are taking a conscious look at what's on their plate. Whether veggie burgers or oat milk – customers’ demand for alternative proteins is high, and the market potential is huge. This is also confirmed by BayWa's current AgriFoodTech Venture Report. In 2023, AgTech and FoodTech will become increasingly relevant and make a significant contribution to the topic of sustainability.
BayWa Protein Future ReportThe market potential of alternative proteins: a study of changing dietary needs and an outlook on the food market of the future.
The BayWa Protein Future Report 2022 analyzes the impact of protein change throughout the food value chain.
The aim of the report is to show the current status quo and to look ahead to future market developments.
1. Protein trade with plant-based raw materials
Increasing consumer demand for animal welfare, regional and easily traceable raw materials, and compliance with sustainability criteria will transform the entire food supply chain.
BayWa is the partner of farmers and the link between production and food processing all the way to food retail.
2. Investing in technology-based protein start-ups
The growth and market for alternative protein products has been based on more or less conventional processing methods. Soon, innovative technologies will enable new possibilities for processing, but also for the generation of entirely new products and functionalities. Products will be better, demand will be higher, the market will be more mature and investments will be more attractive!
3. Partnerships for integration into new processing chains
Plant-based protein carriers have so far been used mainly in the feed sector to produce animal proteins. Their extraction and texturization into functional food products, especially meat substitutes, requires a completely new approach.
Targeted partnerships in protein extraction are essential to reshape the value chain.
Your Contact Persons at New Protein Solutions
Venture and Portfolio Manager New Protein Solutionsisabella.email@example.com