Calyxt, a Roseville-based startup based on UMN technology, has released its first cooking oil product.
The plant-based biological technology startup says it uses a gene editing platform from the University of Minnesota to develop healthier foods. The soybeans are also grown by local farmers, said Calyxt CEO Jim Blome.
With people staying home and spending more time experimenting in their kitchens, Blome said it’s a good time to launch a new cooking product.
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