Innovation: Innovative Grain Legume Methods Of Industrial Scale Bio-processing

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IGM-BioProcessing is an innovative production method that generates protein concentrates from leguminous species including soy bean with a very low level of energy and water consumption. The process is gentle without use of harsh chemicals leaving the proteins functional. The process enables full use of all fractions of the raw material thereby avoiding waste. The produced protein concentrates can be used for feed as well as food. Due to the high digestibility the concentrates will have a positive effect on the nitrogen emission from husbandry. Furthermore the method gives the opportunity to exploit European grown protein crops thereby creating an alternative to imported soy bean meal. The project includes implementation of IGM-BioProcessing at Agro Korn, Denmark. The production will be initiated with soy beans and is expected to be running ultimo 2012. A large part of the project concerns cooperation with costumers and fine tuning of the products including feeding trial in different animal species. Another part is establishing production of high value products from the side stream. Additionally a replication strategy for sublicensing the technology will be drawn up.
- Fully implemented production line, and production line manuals for AlphaSoy Premium and high value compounds
- Production of approximately 6000 tons of AlphaSoy Premium and 160 tons of high value compounds
- Cooperation and trials with customers related to the market uptake of AlphaSoy Premium
- Development of a replication strategy for sublicensing of the IGM-BioProcessing technology
- Development of a business plan for high value compounds and dialogue with relevant target groups
Innovative production of protein concentrates from European grown legume grains with low energy consumption and full use or raw material

IGM-BioProcessing is an innovative production method that generates protein concentrates from leguminous species including soy bean with a very low level of energy and water consumption. The process is gentle without use of harsh chemicals leaving the proteins functional. The process enables full use of all fractions of the raw material thereby avoiding waste. The produced protein concentrates can be used for feed as well as food. Due to the high digestibility the concentrates will have a positive effect on the nitrogen emission from husbandry. Furthermore the method gives the opportunity to exploit European grown protein crops thereby creating an alternative to imported soy bean meal. The project includes implementation of IGM-BioProcessing at Agro Korn, Denmark. The production will be initiated with soy beans and is expected to be running ultimo 2012. A large part of the project concerns cooperation with costumers and fine tuning of the products including feeding trial in different
animal species. Another part is establishing production of high value products from the side stream. Additionally a replication strategy for sublicensing the technology will be drawn up.
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This innovation is the result of the project

Title: Innovative Grain Legume Methods Of Industrial Scale Bio-Processing

Acronym: 
IGM-BIOPROCESSING

Runtime: 
06.06.2011 to 31.05.2013

Status: 
completed project

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AGRO KORN LTD.

(Denmark)

Role in project: Project Coordination

Contact person: MADSEN Marianne

Phone: +45 9717 3300

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