Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation

Sofia Erazo-Castrejon: Production of a Plant Hemoglobin and Its Use in Meat Substitutes

Meat substitutes are a large and growing sector of the food market. A recombinant plant hemoglobin that retains its color when exposed to light could be a valuable coloring ingredient for such products. This talk will explore the commercial potential of this innovation, including how to produce it in large scale and how it holds up under processing, storage and display conditions.

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