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Solar Foods
Revolutionary protein production by using renewable electricity, water, and air. Free from agriculture. Ready for the future. 🇫🇮 
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Solar Foods Jul 28
The food of the future is not a utopia but is happening now,” says our CEO Pasi Vainikka. Kauppalehti, Finnish business journal, wrote about our vision and The New World Food Map that was recently published.
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Solar Foods Jul 24
Our CEO Dr. Pasi Vainikka had an inspiring conversation with , a fantastic podcast on all things sustainable. A "protein brewery" is an easy way to understand our work, even if the science is a bit more complex! Tune in here📻
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Solar Foods Jul 23
MTV Uutiset visited our lab to learn more about our vision and talk to our CEO about the next phase of Solar Foods. Plus they got some previews of the food products we are making & testing with !
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Solar Foods Jul 21
Find out how members of the Prize community are adapting and responding to COVID-19 while envisioning ways forward in this new video from :
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Solar Foods Jul 21
We're glad to be featured in this list of technologies that will save Earth. 's production is clean, sustainable and geographically flexible!
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Solar Foods Jul 14
Replying to @Solar_Foods
Explore how the topography of protein production can change in your region:
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Solar Foods Jul 14
For thousands of years, humans have relied on agriculture for food. Our Earth is already stretched to breaking point, and to feed all 9 billion of us by 2050, we need a real . It is time to tell a new story of food production.
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Solar Foods Jul 10
We get a ton of questions about how is actually made. Here is our CTO and co-founder Dr. Juha-Pekka Pitkänen showing us the bioprocess ☀️🔬
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Solar Foods Jul 3
Forests are Earth's carbon sinks. Whether they are being cut down for timber or for cultivation land, it is important to preserve them. With , land use is minimised for protein production—potentially freeing it up for reforestation.
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Solar Foods Jul 2
From renewable bacterial biofuels to making Solein from CO₂ and electricity, bacteria can do a bunch of amazing things that can help with pollution and climate change! Bacteria: The miracle microbes that could fix planet
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Solar Foods Jun 26
Summer's here, and so are blue green algae blooms. These algae occur because of fertilizers that end up in water bodies. By minimizing fertilizer and land use for protein production, can avoid fertilizer runoff and its disastrous consequences🌏
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Solar Foods Jun 18
BBC's Science Focus featured Solar Foods in "How microbes can fix the planet". From renewable bacterial biofuels to eating up oil spills—and making Solein from CO₂ and electricity—bacteria can help with pollution and climate change!
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Solar Foods Jun 17
Covid-19 lockdowns brought clearer skies and lesser pollution. But for reducing CO₂ levels, we need carbon capture and carbon sequestration. Solein—potentially a carbon-negative protein—can take us toward a cleaner and more sustainable world.
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Solar Foods Jun 8
On World Oceans Day, let's remember that the global fisheries catch peaked already 20 years ago. The world needs a sustainable protein source, and we hope that Solein, produced with renewable energy and CO₂ from the air, will soon fulfill this need.
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Solar Foods Jun 5
At , a global digital conference tackling food systems, our CEO Pasi Vainikka talked about sustainable protein, transforming food systems, and the choices in front of us today. Science is leading the way!
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Solar Foods Jun 1
A protein powder made from CO₂ in our air might sound radical, but it already possible. In the interview to Financial Times, our CEO Pasi Vainikka comments, “We aren’t optimists, but we aren’t pessimists either. What we are is possibilists.”
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Solar Foods Jun 1
Replying to @Solar_Foods
And while we are talking about transforming food systems and mindsets, we found this article from Nature fascinating (full article):
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Solar Foods Jun 1
Revolutionizing the way we create and consume protein needs new foodtech AND a transformation of mindsets. Read Paul Shapiro’s thoughts on “From agriculture to labriculture”
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Solar Foods May 22
Whether the end of meat is here or not, it's clear that our current food systems need a huge transformation. Solein is not just a futuristic protein source, it is a real and sustainable alternative to factory-farmed protein.
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Solar Foods May 15
How to win the race against rising CO2 levels?  By leaving ideologies of conventional food production behind and taking concrete action in creating untraditional methods. Our protein production of challenges conventional food production. 
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