Angel Yeast has announced it aims to play a larger role in increasing people's access to nutritious food and making food systems more inclusive and sustainable, as part of events to commemorate World Food Day on October 16.

The company has laid out its own action plan with a focus on yeast and food ingredients supply, the expansion of yeast protein production and sustainable agriculture.

According to Angel Yeast, the world needs a sustainable and holistic system to make everyone has regular access to sufficient nutritious food. One endeavor that it is pursuing in this area is through the use of microbial yeast protein technology, which can be used to produce a wide range of food products.

Compared to the production of animal proteins, yeast protein production consumes less resources and has smaller greenhouse gas emissions.

Angel Yeast currently has 12 factories in China, Egypt and Russia, with two more built in 2022 in the Xiaoting district of Yichang, Hubei, China, and Pu'er city, Yunnan. Collectively, the manufacturing capacity of these factories reaches around 350,000 tonnes, with exports to over 150 countries and regions.

The company is also one of the world's leading suppliers of organic yeast fertilisers. Its fertiliser product line, Fubon, has, to date, provided nearly 1.4 million tonne of organic fertilisers covering fields and lands of some 11,300sqm.

By providing a more efficient solution and more nutritious way to feed the livestock, Angel Yeast is demonstrating its commitment to driving the sustainable development of agriculture, the company said.

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