Mycelium Materials Europe (in short
MME) started in 2018 and is active in the bio-based materials and circulair economy.
We grow sustainable mycelium materials based on mushroom technology.
We produce two types of organic materials in our own mushroom farm: MyFoam® (pure mycelium foam) and Mycelium Substrates.

Mycelium is the branching underground structure of mushrooms. It grows as tiny threads that form vast networks under the forest floor. With our mycelium substrate technologies the mycelium network functions as glue, presenting you the opportunity to build with fungus.


MyFoam® technology offers a supple and foam-like material fully grown from mycelium. MyFoam® can be used to make sustainable leather alternatives and other organic textiles. We are dedicated to growing and harvesting large scale Myfoam materials in our own farm in The Netherlands.


Aside from the MyFoam® technology, MME produces large scale mycelium composite materials in two different formulations. Mycelium composite materials can be used to develop biodegradable products and packaging grown from the networks of fungi. Are you a designer, researcher, producer, architect or entrepreneur looking for a natural, biodegradable material to
work with? Then mycelium composite material could be the answer. Find out more by clicking the button below.


Bert Rademakers


Bert has more than 20 years experience in the mushroom sector, both as a grower and as a producer of substrate for Exotic mushrooms. Bert is fascinated by mycelium and likes to develop new opportunities and apply new technology. He earned his Master Degree in Agribusiness from the Wageningen University. Bert was advisor for LTO (the Dutch Agriculture & Horticulture Board) and Rabobank Bommelerwaard. He loves to drive on his classic Puch or Zundapp moped throughout Europe.

Simon Hoenderop


Simon has more than 10 years of experience in the mushroom sector. Before that he worked in various financial management positions in multinationals (Royal Dutch Shell and Royal Wessanen, an organic food company), both in the Netherlands as overseas. Simon likes numbers and well organized operations. He earned his Master Degree in Business Economics from the Groningen University and followed the Advanced Leadership Program at the Judge Business School of the Cambridge University. He is a keen golfer.


The farm employs 12 young and dynamic operators. They have backgrounds in design, sustainability and technology. There is a good mix between experienced managers in the mushroom sector and fresh ideas & theory from recent graduates. This has already proven to be a perfect combination for a start-up.

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