Ceres Solutions grows gourmet mushrooms from local brewery and agricultural by-products. Our modular cultivation system is industry leading in product quality, plastic use, emissions reduction, and yield per square foot.
During the growing process the mushroom substrate is naturally enriched with protein, making it a valuable livestock feed called Mycopro.
Ceres operates on a truly sustainable and circular model, supporting local breweries, chefs, food processors and ranchers.
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Ceres granted $500K in funding to commercialize its technology at part of ERA's Food Farming and Forestry Challenge.
ERA is committing $33 million for 17 projects with a combined value of $107 million in public and private investment. Funding comes from the Technology Innovation and Emissions Reduction (TIER) fund and supports innovation in the agriculture, agri-food, and forestry sectors. If successful, these technology innovations will lead to cumulative GHG reductions of up to 2.7 million tonnes of CO2e by 2030.
Ceres' Founder named as one of the Top 50 most influential people in Canadian Ag.
The bold brash and daring future leaders of agriculture. This is for the early adopters and those who are trying something completely new. Young people who aren't afraid to buck tradition find their voice and go for the moon in Canadian ag!
Mycopro™ becomes the first mushroom based animal feed approved in North America.
Ceres' mushroom mycelium enriched livestock feed product, Mycopro, was CFIA approved in March of 2021 after a multi year review process. Mycopro makes Ceres' mushroom farm more sustainable and supports local ranchers.
Creative Destruction Lab 2020.
Ceres Solutions graduated from the 2019-2020 cohort of CDL Rockies prime stream. CDL works with startups that employ innovations in technology and business models that promise a chance of delivering massive improvements to economic productivity and human welfare.