Bio-cellulose material to replace fossil-based plastic

We are harnessing the power of biofabrication to produce advanced bio-cellulose materials through a disruptive biotechnological process, partnering with packaging and chemical companies to enable circularity in the end-of-life as an alternative to conventional materials.

Plastic is everywhere around us.

However, its most valuable properties, durability and resistance, also make it the scrouge of the century.

At Cellugy, we believe that packaging materials should be made sustainably and designed to return value through a closed-loop system without compromising the environment.


Our technology brings an innovative bio-cellulose material produced by the bioconversion of sugars.

Its unique performance allows producers and brand-owners to meet aggressive sustainability goals and contribute to a more sustainable future.

Our product, EcoFLEXY, is the next-generation sustainable barrier coating designed for the packaging industry.

Sustainability is at the core of our company

We adhere to the following Sustainable Development Goals:

Industry, innovation and infrastructure

EcoFLEXY promotes innovation for our customers, giving them the opportunity to offer creative solutions to sustainable packaging applications. We are constantly developing to add value in the adoption of environment-friendly industrial processes, in areas such nano and biotechnology, as well as resource-use efficiency in such processes.

Responsible consumption and production

Cellugy offers a new competitive ground for the circular model, using surplus sugar as the source of our material, and we offer a final material, EcoFLEX, that is in tune with the ecosystem.

Climate action

We aim at building energy-friendly processes, and developing products that reduce CO2 emissions.


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We are a Danish biotech startup based in Aarhus, with global ambitions. We founded Cellugy to help end plastic pollution and its environmental destruction. 

We believe in maximizing the value of advanced materials by minimizing their negative impact on our environment. Thus, we are developing high-performing sustainable biomaterials that can meet the performance requirements of packaging and chemical companies, and be recycled, biodegraded, and composted in the current waste management system.