Micvac is a Scandinavian food tech company with fresh ideas on how to produce convenience food. We strive to challenge the food industry and find new ways to the modern food consumer.
Our innovations revolve around the concept of in-pack cooking and pasteurisation. Currently we have solutions for the ready meal market with microwave cooking as well as food service applications.
“Fresh thinking” is the first part of our brand promise. But our motto also contains the important word “served”, and we truly aim to bring our know-how and technology to the table. We serve the method. You serve the food. So let’s partner up and put something fresh on the market.
Our brand promise “Fresh thinking, served.” is further distilled and explained in these corporate value statements:
We are highly motivated and united by our passion for new technology and the spirit of entrepreneurship. We are proud to work at Micvac and eager to share our know-how and enthusiasm.
We offer our customers the best possible products and services. We believe in continuous improvement and never stop challenging the status quo.
We work closely with customers and partners to develop relationships built on professionalism and trust. We share ideas and are committed to achieve mutual goals. We are one team.
Board & Owners
The company has a board of seven very experienced members. They hold extensive international experience covering innovations, business development, food safety/processing/packaging, FMCG, retail, investments and general management. The Chairman of the Board is Anders Brännström.
Micvac AB top five owners hold more than 80% of the shares. Largest owner is Industrifonden, followed by K-Svets Venture, Haamer FoU, Chalmersinvest and Arpeggio.
Managing Director of Micvac AB is Håkan Pettersson, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The head office is based in Mölndal, on the west coast of Sweden.
The original idea for the Micvac method came from trying to preserve one of the most delicate foods there is – mussels. The inventor (and founding father), Dr Joel Haamer, conducted extensive research into marine food cultivation and preservation throughout his career. He found that the best way to preserve mussels was to get rid of all the oxygen and use a fast thermal treatment. In August 2000 Micvac was founded. The first customer signed with Micvac in 2005 and is still running a successful business!
Today, Dr Haamer’s innovative method with its unique packaging material and production equipment is being used by the food industry all over the world.