FOOD INNOVATIONS

Profound changes in our current food systems and consumption patterns are needed in order to combat nutrition problems that afflict more than 2 billion people, particularly in developing countries. Malnutrition affects all countries and one in three people. Malnutrition takes many forms, from chronic hunger, to micronutrient deficiency, and from child stunting to obesity. 800 million people are under nourished and 2 billion are affected by micro nutrient deficiencies, while 650 million people are obesely overweight. Working across food systems, we can enable better diets, and improve our health and use of natural resources.

We are in partnership with Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) Food Technology Department on a research project to leverage their expertise in food-tech with our expertise in growing inputs.

The Approach from Growing inputs

Our bio-based products help growers produce healthier, more nutrient dense crop. Growers can improve not just their produce, but also improve food safety and the health of their environment. We benefit food systems by providing a better input and thus a better foundation for the system to operate and grow on.

The Approach from Growing outputs

Bio Ark are focusing efforts in the area of functional foods and nutraceuticals, attempting to increase the amount of nutrition, vitamins and minerals that is needed for optimal health – within our current foods, or provide supplements through nutraceuticals, where such foods are not accessible.

FOOD INNOVATIONS

Profound changes in our current food systems and consumption patterns are needed in order to combat nutrition problems that afflict more than 2 billion people, particularly in developing countries. Malnutrition affects all countries and one in three people. Malnutrition takes many forms, from chronic hunger, to micronutrient deficiency, and from child stunting to obesity. 800 million people are under nourished and 2 billion are affected by micro nutrient deficiencies, while 650 million people are obesely overweight. Working across food systems, we can enable better diets, and improve our health and use of natural resources.

We are in partnership with Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) Food Technology Department on a research project to leverage their expertise in food-tech with our expertise in growing inputs.

The Approach from Growing Inputs

Our bio-based products help growers produce healthier, more nutrient dense crop. Growers can improve not just their produce, but also improve food safety and the health of their environment. We benefit food systems by providing a better input and thus a better foundation for the system to operate and grow on.

The Approach from Growing Outputs

Bio Ark are focusing efforts in the area of functional foods and nutraceuticals, attempting to increase the amount of nutrition, vitamins and minerals that is needed for optimal health – within our current foods, or provide supplements through nutraceuticals, where such foods are not accessible.

Profound changes in our current food systems and consumption patterns are needed in order to combat nutrition problems that afflict more than 2 billion people, particularly in developing countries. Malnutrition affects all countries and one in three people. Malnutrition takes many forms, from chronic hunger, to micronutrient deficiency, and from child stunting to obesity. 800 million people are under nourished and 2 billion are affected by micro nutrient deficiencies, while 650 million people are obesely overweight. Working across food systems, we can enable better diets, and improve our health and use of natural resources.

FOOD INNOVATIONS

The Approach from Growing Inputs

Our bio-based products help growers produce healthier, more nutrient dense crop. Growers can improve not just their produce, but also improve food safety and the health of their environment. We benefit food systems by providing a better input and thus a better foundation for the system to operate and grow on.

We are in partnership with Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) Food Technology Department on a research project to leverage their expertise in food-tech with our expertise in growing inputs.

The Approach from Growing Outputs

Bio Ark are focusing efforts in the area of functional foods and nutraceuticals, attempting to increase the amount of nutrition, vitamins and minerals that is needed for optimal health – within our current foods, or provide supplements through nutraceuticals, where such foods are not accessible.