Food Solutions to Help a Growing Population Flourish
DuPont works with food manufacturers and producers worldwide, applying science to help build their businesses and feed the world’s growing population.
By 2020, DuPont will invest over $10 billion in 4,000 products focused on food solutions. Currently, over 60% of our total research investment goes to food. DuPont scientists and business experts are collaborating with food manufacturers and producers worldwide to make food safer, healthier, better-tasting and easier to produce.
We innovate across the food chain, from seeds to ingredients, packaging to safety technology. As tastes change, regulations evolve and the challenges of ensuring a sustainable food supply multiply. We are working with customers and partners to develop solutions at scale.
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Read the DuPont Sustainable Solutions brochure on using real-world expertise in consulting services and technology licensing to help transform businesses
Integrated, Balanced Approach Helps Companies Increase Productivity and Improve Quality, Human Safety and Environmental Footprint
The world needs more food and DuPont™ Danisco® isolated soy protein provides a healthy protein source that is also more energy-efficient, economically feasible and environmentally sustainable than many animal-based proteins. Soy has what it takes to meet the increasing global demand for protein.
A staple in kitchens since the 1960’s, DuPont™ Teflon® nonstick coating systems make life easier. Did you know the Teflon® brand goes far beyond cookware? It is also found across a broad range of consumer and industrial applications and processing techniques.
The BAX® System from DuPont provides food companies with advanced DNA-based detection of foodborne pathogens and other organisms in their raw materials, environmental samples and finished products.
The RiboPrinter® System from DuPont combines automation with the power of DNA to identify contaminants and track their source, helping food and pharmaceutical companies gain control of their microbial environments.