Tuesday, June 15, 2021 | 11am EDT (NA) / 4pm BST (UK) / 5pm CEST (EU-Central) 60 min
Equinom is using its leading-edge breeding methods to help plant-based food manufacturers bring more nutritious foods to market.
Plant-based consumption is growing at record levels across Europe, according to Nielsen data, the first and only report of its kind, published today by the Smart Protein project.
The world is searching for practical, quality, environmentally friendly foods to sustain the growing population and satisfy surging demand. Food Matters Live Award winner Equinom is paving the way...
Equinom has been selected as a finalist for this year’s Forward Fooding FoodTech 500, the world’s first definitive list of the global entrepreneurial talent at the intersection between food, technology, and sustainability.
Equinom is bringing about a sea of change in the food and agricultural industries, introducing newly designed non-gmo ‘Smarter Sesame’ with high-value health, function and cultivation characteristics.
Equinom is awarded the title of ‘Food Tech Innovation of the Year’ at the Food Matters Live 2020 Awards!
Equinom has been awarded a ‘Seal of Excellence by the European Commission, as the institution managing Horizon 2020,the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation 2014-2020.
Equinom, Ltd. is the first seed-breeding company to open an R&D center that houses all vital departments together –biochemistry, applications, sensory, and breeding.
Equinom sesame varieties have been designed to be low in free fatty acids (FFAs), making them less prone to turning rancid from oxidation, which extends product shelf life.
Early-stage foodtech companies producing next-gen ingredients and alternative proteins set to hit the market in the next six-to-twelve months
Diving into the contents on our plate, I wonder how many of us consider the efforts that go into achieving our food.
Kibbutz Givat Brenner, Israel – In its commitment to the global drive for greater food security, seed breeding specialist Equinom Ltd., is leveraging advanced breeding techniques to promote agricultural biodiversity.
As we anxiously pace through these difficult times, a large focus of our attention has now shifted to personal health. This time, with much more gravity than just a sudden urge to devour a leafy salad
Most people don’t think of hummus as a food that’s ripe for innovation. In fact, for Sabra, a company that owns 60 percent of the U.S. hummus market, taste and texture are a serious responsibility,
Israeli seed breeding specialist Equinom’s expansion of its modern cultivation methods into the global market is changing the paradigm on the production and trading of sesame.
Equinom Ltd. (Kibbutz Givat Brenner, Israel), is expanding operations to the North American market by opening offices in the U.S.
Equinom, an Israeli startup, raised $10 million in a Series B round of funding from BASF Venture Capital, Roquette, Trendlines Group and Fortissimo Capital.