28 Jun '18, 9am

“From the elderly to the millennial, people are demanding healthier and more nutritious food.”

“From the elderly to the millennial, people are demanding healthier and more nutritious food.”

A new Singapore Corporate Laboratory [email protected] intends to create sustainable, healthier alternatives to popular foods, such as satay. The new research facility, worth S$110 million, intends to drive innovation in food tech and sustainable biochemicals and address major public health issues. One of the first products to come out of the laboratory could be vegan satay, traditionally made with chicken or pork, the Straits Times reports . The new laboratory, which was set up by the largest producer of oleochemicals in the world, Wilmar International Limited, along with the National Research Foundation, and the National University of Singapore , launched on June 19. “From the elderly to the millennial, people are demanding healthier and more nutritious food,” said CEO of Wilmar International, Kuok Khoon Hongsai, in a statement. “To stay ahead of the curve, we embrace open innovat...

Full article: https://www.livekindly.co/singapore-corporate-laboratory-...

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