Calyxt® To Present at the Fall Investor Summit on September 17, 2019

Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn. – September 10, 2019 – Calyxt, Inc. (NASDAQ: CLXT), a healthy food ingredient company, today announced that management plans to present at the Fall Investor Summit in New York City.

The Fall Investor Summit will take place at the Essex House and is an exclusive, independent conference dedicated to connecting small cap and microcap companies with qualified investors.

Calyxt will present on Tuesday, September 17, 2019 at 11:30 a.m. Eastern Time.  Click here for the link to the live webcast.

The replay of the webcast will also be made available on the Company’s website at for approximately 30 days following the live webcast.

About Calyxt

Calyxt is committed to making the food you love a healthier choice. The care we take extends beyond nutritional value. We partner with farmers and food companies to deliver traceable plant-based products developed to be healthier and more sustainable than their conventional counterparts. We use cutting edge plant breeding techniques to develop products that help improve diets by reducing bad fats, allergens and toxins. Today oil from our high oleic soybean plants has lower saturated fats than commodity soybean oil. We are also developing high fiber wheat designed to provide an excellent source of daily fiber when incorporated into wheat-based foods. We continuously pursue innovation to deliver good food that is good for you.

Calyxt is located in Roseville, MN, and is listed on the Nasdaq market (ticker: CLXT). For further information please visit our website at

Calyxt®, Calyno™ and the corporate logo are trademarks owned by Calyxt, Inc.

Media contact:

Trina Lundblad, Communications Director

Phone: +1 612-790-0514


Investor Relations contacts:

Simon Harnest, VP Corporate Strategy and Finance

Phone: +1 646-385-9008

Bill Koschak, Chief Financial Officer

Phone: +1 651-401-4401

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