Bioprocessing has been used for decades for the industrial production of beverages and for the production and preservation of food and feed ingredients. While these applications are still crucial, new ones are being added, such as the production of new food and feed additives, functional foods and various types of novel foods. Many interventions are needed to improve product characteristics, ensure consistent quality, and reduce production costs: strain engineering, optimization of process parameters, handling of difficult process conditions, and more. There are many interesting examples in the literature of how researchers tackle the challenges in food and feed applications, both old and new. In this white paper we introduce several of them that provide valuable insights and ideas.

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