Posted on juli 25, 2022
What was the outcome of the support and test runs you received from Foodtech Innovation Network?
”When we first came to Foodtech Innovation Network we were searching for a way to produce in an industrial scale since we were still stuck in a lab scale. And we got a lot of support with finding the right way from experts and seminars” says Elsa Sjödahl, co-founder SunFeeds.
Iris Bjerkén, co-founder SunFeeds, explains further ”We got help with recipe formulation, exactly what we needed to go to industrial scale. We did not want to go there with a half-good recipe, that would have been a waste of time and money.”
Meet SunFeeds, a Foodtech Innovation Network member, that aims to create new nutritional energy food that could fill the existing gaps in the market and facilitate it in the right way. Today, there are two different products. SunFeeds-cream is developed to meet the needs of elderly care in the healthcare- system. SunFeeds RUTF is aimed for children who suffer from severe malnutrition. Both products are easily packaged in a portion-sized sachet with long shelf life which makes them easy to distribute and for care-personal to serve.
00:07 What problem is your product solving?
00:31 What is SunFeeds?
01:28 What is your vision with SunFeeds?
02:57 How has the development of the product been?
04:38 What effect has the product on the food system?
05:43 What is needed for SME:s to succeed?
06:21 What does it mean to be a member of Foodtech Innovation Network?
07:31 What was the outcome of the support and test runs from Foodtech Innovation Network?
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