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Xampla has developed an entirely new generation of materials, made from plants, that replaces plastics.

Based on 10 years of research at the University of Cambridge, Xampla’s core technology is a patented process for engineering materials from sustainably sourced, widely available, plant proteins such as peas. Launch products are replacements for microplastics in homecare products, a major source of marine plastic pollution. The company is the UK’s first university spin-out to become an accredited B Corporation, with its materials having no harmful impact on the environment.

Securing equity investment from Amadeus Capital and others has enabled Xampla to progress from world-leading science to a credible, professional company offering real-world solutions to real-world problems.

Following its first funding round, Xampla has expanded its team, filed further patents, secured lead customer development projects, finalised three priority launch products, secured supply chain partners, and developed an ambitious commercial strategy.