Enzymatic Hydrolysis in plant-based - food tech news in Asia

Huajia Foods, A food tech company that specializes in a whole enzymatic hydrolysis oat powder, has recently secured its Series A financing, led by Qinqin Foods, a leisure food brand enterprise. The new financing will be mainly used for expanding the oat milk production line.

Headquartered in Shanghai, Huajia Foods focuses on plant enzymatic hydrolysis and grain deep processing business. The company’s enzymatic hydrolysis oat powder, which took 4 . . .

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