The list of things wrong with the way we produce food is practically never-ending; in short, we eat highly processed food low in nutritional value that makes us sick and obese. Excessive use of fertilizers and pesticides, deforestation, and depleted soils are fueling global warming. As the global temperature rises, increasingly extreme weather is destroying our crops and making our farms infertile.
Aside from providing a safe and healthy source of protein for vegans and vegetarians, meat alternatives help to reduce the potential environmental impact of meat in a variety of ways.
Delicious, protein-packed, products made from the most sustainable source on Earth: mycelium.
Mycelium or fungus meat is a unique meat alternative that utilizes fungal growths to produce a meat-like substance. Among millions of fungi strains in the world, Emmay R&D team has successfully created and isolated a new type. This new type is used to create its own Mycelium fibers, Mycoprotein substrates and Cellulose membranes for meat & seafood substitute.
Emmay is committed to creating products with superior nutrition. To do that, Emmay uses clean-label and locally-sourced ingredients packed with vitamins, minerals, omega, proteins and fiber.
Emmay creates the most nutritious mushroom-based products on the market today.
We are in talks with top suppliers in F&B and FMCG to bring our products to the hypermarkets and CVS.
Our products have already been sold in Aeon Mall, Go! Market, E-mart, Coop Mart and on Tiki store.
Compared to other types, fundi-based meats are savoury, cost-effective, healthy, and scalable in terms of production volume.
To make better non-meat foods by using the revolutionary fungi-based technology
To make the global food system truly sustainable by reducing the need to make food from animals
Emmay is still in an early phase. There can be no assurance that we will ever operate profitably. The likelihood of our success should be considered in light of the problems, expenses, difficulties, complications and delays usually encountered by early-stage companies. Emmay may not be successful in attaining the objectives necessary for it to overcome these risks and uncertainties.
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