Anomera manufactures carboxylated Cellulose Nanocrystals (CNC) in a patented eco-friendly method that delivers a superior nanomaterial from sustainably harvested Canadian Forests. This platform product is creating new opportunities for the multi-billion dollar markets in cosmetics and skin care, the industries of cement, polymer composites, coatings, pigments, agriculture, and for human wellness in pharma and life sciences.

Anomera’s carboxylated-CNC is sold under the trade name DextraCel™. DextraCel has properties that exceed other cellulose nanomaterials in the market. The product is available as an aqueous suspension or as a dry powder. The powder is readily nano-dispersible in water and non-aqueous solvents.

Anomera's head offices and applications lab are located in Montreal, Quebec. The product development lab and production facility are located at the Xerox Research Centre of Canada in Mississauga, Ontario. Anomera is currently developing a pilot plant which can produce over 500 tonnes of DextraCel per year.


Innovation and Development at Anomera

Redefining Cellulose since 2013

11 Ph.D.'s and MS scientist have created the highest quality cellulose nanocrystals enabling new applications for the 21st-century bio-economy.


Sustainability & Clean Tech

Anomera has been nationally recognized for its innovative and eco-friendly patented manufacturing process and products. Our Award winning nanocellulose minimizes negative environmental impacts, enables advanced manufacturing while conserving energy and natural resources

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