Calyxt worked in collaboration with S&W Seed Company to identify quality enhancing traits for a more sustainable alfalfa product with increased bioavailability for livestock. The enhanced trait gives farmers the opportunity to produce alfalfa forage for livestock with improved digestibility, which may lead to greater animal performance. The result is a higher value alfalfa produced on the same acre with the same inputs, putting greater profitability in the hands of the farmer.
We’re working to deliver a high-quality oat crop that can be grown in U.S. geographies during winter to allow growers to take advantage of double cropping acres with a gluten-free alternative grain.
U.S. grown high saturated fat soybeans could provide a sustainable alternative to palm oil.
We’re developing a high fiber wheat with up to three times more dietary fiber to provide up to 100% of the recommended daily fiber requirement.
Our next generation premium high oleic soybean trait now includes ultra-low levels of linolenic acid, positioning it to deliver one of the most stable premium oils available on the market.
Out of reach by U.S. farmers and seed breeders for nearly 80 years, hemp has not benefited from modern breeding and genomics advances – until now. Calyxt has successfully transformed the hemp genome, opening the door to improvements in protein, fiber, advanced materials, and wellness markets. We are exploring collaboration opportunities with partners – let’s talk.
Innovative materials such as bioplastics and plant-based insulation, which are grown and harvested responsibly, are quickly becoming available on a commercial scale.
Renewable fuel use is soaring as consumers seek accessible, impactful solutions to address climate change, and corporations are under pressure to reduce their carbon footprint with high-impact innovations.
Better-for-you foods have never been in higher demand as consumers are expecting more out of their processed and packaged food choices. From enhanced nutritionals to meaningful front-of-pack claims, CPGs need to offer more.
Plant-based packaging options are a highly desired alternative to traditional paper and plastic materials. Many consumers are even willing to pay more for a solution that reduces long term environmental costs.