Divaks invites investors and partners to join our journey to change the food industry for good. The alternative proteins market has grown tremendously in the last ten years and will soon be on everybody’s plates. Our goal is to build an ecosystem where we create the future of food together with the industry’s leading players.
Blue Horizon and Boston Consulting Group estimate in their 2021 report that the alternative proteins sector will expand to a minimum of $290 billion, constituting 11% of the total protein market by 2035. With comprehensive regulations support and rapid technological advancements, there is potential for this market share to double to 22%.
The alternative proteins market has experienced significant growth in recent years, driven by various factors such as increasing consumer demand for sustainable and ethically sourced food, concerns over animal welfare, and the need for more efficient and environmentally friendly protein sources.
So far, the alternative proteins market is dominated by plant-based proteins. Wherefore there is a much bigger alternative proteins ecosystem followed by fermented proteins, insect proteins and animal cell culture. Each of them has a different path to the market and can offer different nutritional values and functional properties.
The alternative protein market
Choosing insect proteins
Insect protein has gained attention as a promising alternative protein source due to its high nutritional value, low environmental impact, and relatively efficient production processes. International Platform of The latest Insects for Food and Feed (IPIFF) organization report estimates that the insect protein sector will reach $9,5 billion by 2035. The market is expected to grow substantially, with a CAGR of over 28% from 2020 to 2035.
What sets Divaks apart from its industry peers is the clear focus on high-quality insect-derived ingredients for human nutrition and premium pet food from the early beginning. We are confident, and the latest research by the University of Helsinki and LUT University of Finland proves that direct insect protein usage for human nutrition can benefit our environment the most.
Now we are set to build a large-scale facility to provide the food industry with high–quality insect protein solutions with an aim to be a part of the profitable, high-potential, fast-developing agri-food tech industry.
We invite co-investors to become equity partners who share our vision and want to be a part of the sustainable future of food. For inquiries and cooperation, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.