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SynBioBeta highlights Mango Materials as a company shaking up the fashion and fabrics industry

In a recent article published by SynBioBeta, synthetic biology is shaking up 5 industries in particular. They highlight some cool companies working to distrupt the biopharma, carbon recycling, fashion and fabrics, cosmetics and fragrances, and food and food ingredients markets. To read full article and more about the companies, click here.

Article about Mango Materials in Ever Widening Circles

Mango Materials is honored to be featured in an article written by Liesl at Ever Widening Circles. The article discusses the plastics problem, Mango’s methane to PHA platform technology, and what everyday consumers can do to combat plastic pollution. Also, be sure to check out the wide range of interesting topics covered by Ever Widening Circles! To read the entire article, click here.

“How close are we to reinventing plastics?”

Seeker recently featured Mango Materials in their video series called “How Close Are We?” The “How Close Are We to Reinventing Plastics?” video showcases the work Mango Materials is doing to produce biopolymers from methane. To view the video, click here.

Mango Materials included in Vogue article about sustainable fashion

Vogue magazine recently featured Mango Materials in an article titled “Your Next Puffer will be Filled with Flower Petals, not Feathers”. This article describes the future in the sustainable fashion space. These innovations include flower down, mushroom leather, and polyester made from methane. To read the full article, click here.

Mango Materials named one of the 50 Next Companies to Disrupt the World

During the recent ABLC Next conference, Mango Materials was announced as one of the 50 Next Companies to Disrupt the World by Biofuels Digest. This list comprises of biotechnology companies that are on the journey to commercial scale with an emerging technology. At the ABLC Next party on October 31, VP of Customer Engagement accepted the award from Biofuels Digest founder, Jim Lane. For an entire list of the 50 companies, click here.