Fabrication of biopolymer with nanotechnologies offers potential opportunities of natural byproducts re-utilization and new biomaterial creation. Those biopolymer platforms are designed to produce ingredients with better performance, manufacture functional food products, and eventually help nutraceuticals’ body delivery via multiple administrations. With a couple of technological tools such as small molecular crosslinking, organocatalytic ring opening polymerization and electrospinning, we are able to realize the concept of biopolymer platforms for nutraceutical delivery. From laboratory test tube to plant manufacture, we are exploring ways of mass production of novel functional food products integrated with biopolymer-based nutraceutical delivery systems. Although it is a long march ahead, we will spend efforts to make it happen.