Temasek-owned Asia Sustainable Foods Platform, CREMER invest S$6m in plant to grow alt protein sector

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Photo credit: Cremer Sustainable Foods

In attendance during the official opening of the Cremer Sustainable Foods facility in Singapore were (from left to right):
Cremer Group Head of New Ventures and M&A Marcel Strassburg, Nurasa Board, Chairman Pradeep Pant,  Cremer Sustainable Nutrition General Manager Damianm, Krueger, Singapore Minister of State for Trade and Industry Low Yen Ling, Cremerm, Group Chairman Dr Claus Georg Nette, Nurasa CEO Mathys Boeren and Singapore, EDB Executive Vice President Damian Chan.

Cremer Sustainable Foods, a joint venture company between the Asia Sustainable Foods Platform and German food industry leader CREMER, opened its new 11,000 sq ft CDMO facility in Tuas, Singapore, for food companies who require the use of high-moisure extrusion (HME) technology in producing plant-based alternative proteins.

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Panel: Driving APAC’s alternative protein ecosystem forward

  • Understanding drivers of
    consumer acceptance
  • What needs to be done to increase
    product quality – more affordability,
    nutritional value, better taste
  •  Scaling strategies for the industry to
    bridge the affordability gap
  • Operational perspective from start-ups
    – what support do they need to scale?


Karin del Rey, Program Director, Big Idea Ventures


  • Aimee Pink, Scientist, A STAR – Agency for
    Science, Technology and Research
  • Tao Zhang Co-founder, Dao Foods
  • Xiuling Guo, CEO, Nurasa
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