Enhancing control of the fermentation process to produce collagen

Unlock the Future of Vegan Collagen Production with Mass Spectrometry

In this article we hear from Tony Kou, Business Development Manager at Thermo Fisher Scientific, and Andrew Saarni, Director of Fermentation at Geltor, as they delve into the groundbreaking advantages of utilizing mass spectrometry in monitoring the fermentation process for vegan collagen creation.

Why Vegan Collagen?

In the ever-evolving landscape of food and nutrition, the demand for animal-free protein ingredients is skyrocketing. Geltor, a trailblazer in biodesigned proteins, is revolutionizing the industry by offering vegan collagen alternatives that not only match but exceed the composition, functionality, and performance of traditional animal-sourced proteins.

Enter online process mass spectrometry (MS) – the innovative tool that allows real-time monitoring of respiratory gases. Thermo Fisher Scientific’s cutting-edge MS technology has proven to be a game-changer for biopharmaceutical companies globally. By continuously tracking gases introduced and emitted as by-products during fermentation, this technology empowers manufacturers to refine environmental conditions for optimal results.

The use of online process mass spectrometry seamlessly aligns with regulatory requirements for process oversight. This ensures that your production process not only meets industry standards but exceeds them, providing you with a competitive edge in the market.

Geltor’s Success Story: A Testament to Innovation

Geltor, a leader in biodesigned proteins, has harnessed the power of Thermo Fisher Scientific’s MS technology to streamline the production of sustainable, ethically sourced, and effective protein ingredients. Join us as we explore how this collaboration has propelled Geltor to the forefront of vegan collagen production, setting new benchmarks in quality and efficiency.

Join the Revolution

Don’t miss out on the future of vegan collagen production. Download this article to unlock the potential of mass spectrometry for fermentation monitoring. Elevate your production process, meet regulatory standards effortlessly, and pave the way for sustainable and ethical protein ingredients. The future is now – be a part of the revolution!