The natural alternative

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We are passionate to make the world a more sustainable place for ourselves and the generations to come. Our mission is to truly make an impact on the world by changing the way vitamins are produced, for the benefit of the consumers and our planet. We want to give customers and consumers a more natural and sustainable alternative to present-day vitamins, at a price competitive level.

For all of us and the planet we live on

Until now, we have raised EUR 10 million of which EUR 4 million are from national and EU grants. Our investors' great support and funding make it possible for us to meet our goal of making more natural and sustainable vitamins, for the benefit of the consumers and our planet.

Biosyntia was founded in 2012 by Morten Sommer, Hans Jasper Genee and Andreas Hougaard Laustsen as a spin-out from Centre for Biosustainability, at the Technical University of Denmark.
Today we are 20 passionate people with capabilities spanning from strain engineering, fermentation optimization, process development, and business development.

Revolutionary technology

We have developed a revolutionary technology that enables us to produce ingredients others cannot. What we do differently is that we program biology using cutting edge technology to provide a solution the world has never seen before. Our ambition is to replace highly polluting chemical processes and challenge the status quo with significantly more sustainable fermentation processes.

Our vitamins are produced from renewable sugar using a proprietary biological fermentation process
- making it possible to produce various vitamins and nutraceuticals, to go into not only personal care and food, but also feed products.

Our fermentation processes have the potential to significantly lower CO2 emissions and chemical waste while producing products in a more safe way. The outcome of this process, are products that are more natural and sustainable, and eventually, our processes will be more price-competitive than their chemical counterparts.