Markets & Segments
Biotechnology has great potential in addressing global challenges like climate change and food security for a growing population. Despite much attention and research funding for biotech projects in recent years, there remains a significant gap between laboratory research and product commercialization.
Corden BioChem is here to help bridge this gap. We enable rapid upscaling of new biotechnological processes for a range of product segments. To meet the global demand for biotech products, we offer fermentation and downstream toll manufacturing capacity for large volumes.
At Corden BioChem, we produce small to large molecules for various industries.
Food & Beverages
Agriculture & Animal Feed
Innovative products for the agricultural sector, such as biofertilizers or animal feed additives, enabling sustainable farming practices.
Personal Care & Cosmetics
Bioactive ingredients for personal care products and cosmetics ensuring the formulation of high-quality and effective products.
Technical Products & Fine Chemicals
Any new exciting microbial product – we’re happy to support and accelerate the production of your product. Reach out to us to explore our collaboration possibilities!
Biotechnology's unique advantages
From cell to product
In biotechnology, living cells such as bacteria, yeast, or filamentous fungi are employed for the production of compounds. Industrial biotechnology combines biological and engineering knowledge to create products.
For thousands of years, the ability of the baker’s yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae to produce ethanol has been harnessed for the production of alcoholic beverages like beer, wine, and sake. Today, molecular engineering of microorganisms enables the biotechnological production of a wide range of products, replacing non-sustainable chemical synthesis processes and alleviating animal suffering in factory farming.
Bacteria, yeast, filamentous fungi, or microalgae
Sugar, proteins, fats, vitamins, and minerals dissolved in water
Microorganisms grow, metabolize nutrients, and produce the compound of interest
Separation of cell biomass from liquid supernatant
Extraction & purification of compound of interest