Due to fast worldwide population growth (from 7 billion to 9 billion by 2050), food demand is expected to increase to 3 billion tons in 2050, which means an increase of 43% compared to 2009. This in turn will have dramatic consequences not only on humans’ health that will consume lower quality food produced by means of less capital-intensive techniques, but also on the earth that will be strained by climate change, increasing drought frequency and severity, soil depletion and disease, and water pollution. Hence, ensuring sustainable, affordable and enhanced sources of food in light of these issues is instrumental for both the environment and society. The objectives of the feasibility study were to evaluate the technical requirements for delivery of the new food ingredients and high-value compounds to the European market and to identify the optimum market segments for initial roll out. Arborea’s overall objectives are to become the foremost global producer of healthy and sustainable food from microalgal-based processes, leading the fight against the current increase of global hunger, soil depletion, undernutrition and food prices.