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Greener technology today for sweeter health tomorrow​

Harness the power of glycobiotechnologies into your healthcare products​

The biosynthesis of rare sugars

Sweetech is a deeptech startup born from our passion for biotechnology and sugars. This is a family of under-exploited molecules with a plethora of applications in the nutraceutical, cosmetic and pharmaceutical sectors, which already represent huge and fast-growing markets. However, most sugar structures are still unavailable, due to a lack of economically viable synthesis processes.

At Sweetech, we have developed a patented platform technology for innovative, environmentally friendly, and low-cost production by fermentation. This disruptive technology allows us to be the only ones to offer on an industrial scale a very large number of new sugars (oligosaccharides) with high potential for health applications.

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Tailored molecules

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Patented technology

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High degree of purity

Cutting-edge technology that meets your needs

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Using eco-responsible processes based on green chemistry principles.

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Quality on an industrial scale

Flexible production, from mg to kg, of structurally pure molecules

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Lower production costs due to innovative biotechnological processes.

Health-related oligosaccharides​

Functional oligosaccharides are crucial for most natural biological processes and have incredible potential with many applications:




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An expert team from the research and industry fields​


Julien Durand
CEO & Co-founder

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Yannick Malbert
CTO & Co-founder

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