Inspired by nature, enabled by science.


The Mammary Gland

The mammary gland is a testament to nature's ingenuity. This incredible organ is responsible for synthesizing milk, a complex and nourishing fluid that supports the growth and development of newborns. The process of milk synthesis is a delicate interplay of hormones, nutrients, and cellular mechanisms. It's a dance of nature that ensures every drop of milk is packed with the essential components needed for life.

Cell Culture

By recreating the perfect environment for mammary cells to thrive, we aim to harness the same magic that happens within the mammary gland. We adjust the warmth, moisture, and provide the cells with essential nutrients, encouraging them to do what they do best: produce milk. Once they've worked their magic, we gather this milk, ensuring it's pure and ready for consumption.

Our approach


Isolate cells

Our journey begins with isolating mammary cells. We source cells through partnerships with hospitals and lactariums, ensuring the foundation of our process is robust, ethical and durable.


We cultivate the cells we have isolated under controlled conditions, providing them with the right nutrients and cues to kickstart milk production - just like the hormone prolactin does in the body.


Post-cultivation, our task is to separate the cells from the milk. We capture the nourishing liquid and its components using state-of-the-art automated production lines.


The finale is purification. With a multi-step process involving membranes, extraction methods, and chromatography techniques, we ensure our end product is pristine and of the highest quality.

Infant formula

A majority of infant formulas is produced using cow milk. Here’s how cow milk and human milk compare based on some of the most important constituents of breast milk.
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Human milk
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Cow milk
Boosts immunity
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3x lower concentration than in human milk
Vastly better digestion
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Small sized micelles (30-75mm diameter)
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Large sized micelles (600mm diameter)
Healthy gut development
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200 different oligosaccharides
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Only lactose
Eye and brain development
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Rich in Taurine
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Long chain Poly-unsaturated fats
(DHA and ARA) Visual and cognitive development, satiety regulation
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Low levels
Anti-inflammatory and boosts immunity
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Delivers miRNA, fat and proteins
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Different types


Safety isn't just a priority; it's our mantra. Developed under the stringent guidelines of the FDA and the EFSA, both our final product and manufacturing processes will have undergone rigorous scrutiny. Our composition is not just based on the European food safety authority's standards for infant milk but is also informed by extensive scientific studies on the benefits of human maternal milk components.
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