SINGAPORE, Fed.7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ – – TurtleTree Labs sets to showcase the word’s first human breast milk using cell-based technology at their April 21, 2020 Future of Clean Milk launch. Coming off from successful funding round, the team has brought on world-class scientists like Jonathan Loh (Winner of World Technology Award and MIT TR35 Asia Pacific Awards) to accelerate the development and commercialization of their first product: human breast milk.

This will transform the US$45 billion infant nutrition market, which is set to grow to US$103 billion by 2026. Human breast milk as a replacement to infant formula promises to give infants identical nutritional components like the full spectrum of oligosaccharides, fats, and carbohydrates as ‘produced’ by mothers. In a strategic move, Singapore attracted 4 of the world’s 5 largest infant formula companies to have production and R&D centers in the city-state.

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