Solazyme, Inc. (SZYM), a renewable oil and bioproducts company announced today that they will be exhibiting at the Institute of Food Technologists ( IFT) 2013 Annual Meeting and Expo. Solazyme’s innovative microalgae food ingredients include a suite of revolutionary high lipid and high protein products as well as a tailored food oils portfolio. Products in the portfolio provide health benefits without sacrificing taste, texture, or functionality. Solazyme will be exhibiting and sampling prototype products that will include these ingredients at IFT. “Solazyme’s unique microalgae platform provides significant opportunities for the food industry to dramatically improve the health profile of their products without sacrificing the qualities that consumers demand,” said Jean-Marc Rotsaert, Chief Operating Officer, Solazyme. “For the first time in history, a suite of products is now available that can have a positive impact on obesity and weight control, provide shorter and cleaner ingredient labels, and reduce food allergens, all while using sustainable and naturally derived ingredients.” GRAS certifications for certain microalgae food ingredients can be located under U.S. Food and Drug Administration GRAS Inventory Number GRN 000469 and GRN 000331. To learn more about Solazyme’s innovative suite of microalgae ingredients, please visit the sales team at IFT booth #2991 or visit us at www.solazyme.com. About Solazyme, Inc. Solazyme, Inc. (SZYM) is a renewable oil and bioproducts company that transforms a range of low-cost plant-based sugars into high-value oils and innovative microalgal food ingredients. Headquartered in South San Francisco, Solazyme’s renewable products can replace or enhance oils derived from the world's three existing sources — petroleum, plants and animal fats. Initially, Solazyme is focused on commercializing its products into three target markets: (1) fuels and chemicals, (2) nutrition and (3) skin and personal care. Solazyme®, the Solazyme logo and other trademarks or service names are trademarks of Solazyme, Inc.