Did you know that honey bees collect pollen that contains a lot of protein? And that brewers grains, a residual flow from the beer brewing process, are used as a high-quality, protein-containing animal feed? These are just two examples of activities on the Campus that you don’t easily think of when you think of ‘protein production’ and ‘circular agriculture’! Eiwitcampus Beers aims to create added value, together all parties involved in vegetable and animal protein production. Better utilization of residual flows is also part of this, in line with circular agriculture.
Eitwitcampus Beers works with a growing number of partners. Each with their own, but above all with joint ambitions towards circular agriculture. The participants on the Campus quickly become our partners, visit each other, and often strengthen their own business model as a result of that collaboration. We like to think along with you about your ambitions as a future partner. This can be on a practical level like on-campus real estate development for your project, or on a theoretical, supporting level such as applying for grants. Of course we would also like to connect you with other, enthusiastic participants on the Campus or with knowledge institutions and organizations that can support you in realizing your ambitions.