Israel’s Remilk To Open ‘World’s Largest’ Facility For Cow-Free Milk In Denmark
By Ricky Ben-David, The Times of Israel May 03, 2022 < 1 minute
This article was first published by The Times of Israel and is re-posted with permission.
Israeli food tech startup Remilk, a developer of cultured milk and dairy, said Tuesday that it plans to open the “world’s largest” facility for the production of cow-free milk in Denmark.
The 750,000 square feet (69, 677 square meters) facility will be built within an eco-industrial park in the city of Kalundborg, the company announced.
Founded in 2019, Remilk produces milk proteins via a yeast-based fermentation process that renders them “chemically identical” to those present in cow-produced milk and dairy products.
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