Biograin's wet spent grain is the natural and most sustainable choice, when using spent grain in human food
Biograin's patented method will promote the nutritional value of the spent grain, as well as extend the shelf life and eliminate the possibility of developing pathogenic bacteria in the grain, in contrast to traditional drying and freezing which simply "parks" the microbial challenge that may be in the spent grain!
Biograin is therefore the natural and sustainable choice, when using spent grain in the food industry.
Poul H Madsen, Ph.d., Cand. Scient Biology
The UN's 17 World Goals for Sustainable Development is a call for governments, civil society, businesses and peoples to act to eradicate poverty, fight inequality and tackle climate change.
All the goals are important, we have identified four goals that are integrated into our strategy and play a key role in achieving our vision and mission, which we believe our efforts will contribute to.
#3 Good health and well-being
Spent grain is rich in proteins, fibres and minerals and has a nutritional composition reminiscent of the Stone Age diet, which man was originally "designed" to live on.
There are therefore great nutritional potentials in shifting the use of mash from feed to food production.
#12 Responsible consumption and production
At Biograin, it is our vision to contribute to the green transition and increased global health.
By developing the use of the wet spent grain as an ingredient in food production, we increase its value and at the same time offer consumers healthier and more sustainable foods.
#13 Climate action
Spent grain is an easily perishable product, but with Biograin's patent-pending system, it is now finally possible to extend its shelf life, which is why the application possibilities, without climate-damaging drying processes, are possible today.