Spent grain to food

Founding Partnerships

The first, and foundational partnership for Biograin's business, was entered into with Carlsberg Denmark back in 2007.

Since then, we have handled spent grain from, among others, Harboe and Royal Unibrew.

We have thus purchased and handled spent grain from Danish breweries for over 16 years, without a single operational stoppage.

So far, all spent grain has been allocated to animal feed, but with our new solution in place, we will be ready during 2023 with a system for collecting spent grain for the food industry.
This new initiative runs parallel to purchasing and handling the large volumes of feed.

It is imperative to us that breweries never stand still due to lack of spent grain disposal with us as a partner.

At Biograin, we work purposefully to ensure the best possible upcycling of the most spent grain possible

We enter into valuable and close partnerships with breweries and food producers with a focus on increasing value and developing the utilisation of wet spent grain.

The goal is to contribute to a more circular food industry.

Just over three years ago, we set a new strategy. We must ensure that we increase the value of spent grain by developing the use of wet spent grain as animal feed to human food in a sustainable way, so that we utilise the full potential of spent grain and contribute to the green transition and increase global health.

Biograin removes all spent grain from the brewery and is responsible for designing all processing equipment for human use, as well as sales and distribution to; food producers, insect producers, cattle farms, furniture manufacturers, etc., in a way that secures the highest value and sustainability, while providing stability for the brewery.

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We get the most out of spent grain, with the lowest use of energy

We do this by, among other things, using the spent grain wet, as well as stabilising it against pathogenic bacteria from start to finish.

Biograin is the natural and most climate-friendly choice.

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