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This 3D Printing Technology Will Power the Global Cultivated Meat Market | Entrepreneur

Steakholder Foods (NASDAQ: STKH) is developing industry leading capabilities that are positioned to serve as the backbone of the growing cultivated meat ecosystem

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This Deep Tech Firm Is Positioned To Lead the Cultivated Meat Manufacturing Revolution | Entrepreneur

Steakholder Foods company saw a notable increase in interest for its 3D bio-printer in the second half of this year as it participated in global exhibitions and conferences to showcase its prototype

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Cultivated Meat Market Size, Share, Scope, Opportunities & Forecast

Cultivated Meat Market size was valued at $103 Mn in 2020 & is projected to reach $331.32 Mn by 2028, growing at a CAGR of 15.75%

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Growing meat directly from animal cells.

by Cultured Decadence

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Our cultivated meat products | Ivy Farm Technologies

High in protein and high in omega-3, there are plenty of reasons to pile your plate with cultured meat. Find out all about our cultured meat products.

by Ivy Farm Technologies

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Cultivated meat side stream valorization | Solution | GFI

Potential co-products should be identified and analyzed for their utility and viability, in addition to developing methods for capture.

by The Good Food Institute

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Fat uptake & biosynthesis for cultivated meat | Solution | GFI

Determining which lipids muscle and fat cells are capable of producing and absorbing directly from cell culture media.

by The Good Food Institute

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Species-specific cultivated meat research toolkits | Solution | GFI

Develop standardized, comprehensive research toolkits of meat-relevant species to exponentially accelerate cultivated meat research.

by The Good Food Institute

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Metabolic modeling for cultivated meat - The Good Food Institute

Academic researchers or consortia consisting of several cultivated meat companies should undertake research aimed at understanding metabolic pathways and fluxes within cultivated meat-relevant cell types. The outputs of this research could be used to improve the efficiency of media optimization efforts and to enhance the organoleptic and nutritional properties of cultivated meat products.

by The Good Food Institute

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Cultivated meat makerspaces to promote public engagement - The Good Food Institute

Both the cultivated meat industry and interested members of the general public would benefit from the creation of makerspaces focused on cultivated meat. These would be publicly available spaces where community members can learn, experiment, and work collaboratively on projects related to cultivated meat. Here, they would have access to the physical equipment necessary to conduct projects as well as technical assistance to inform them. The aim of this project is to encourage more interaction between the public and the alternative protein industry, thus stimulating the exploration and development of more ideas. Makerspaces could also promote greater understanding of and openness to cultivated meat among future consumers of the product.

by The Good Food Institute

57 companies for "Cultivated Meat"

GOURMEY's Logo

Paris, France

11-50 Employees

2019

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GOURMEY | Cultivated meat delights

... We create sustainable cultivated meat delights for an uncompromising and conscious generation. ...

Ark Biotech's Logo

New York, United States

1-10 Employees

2021

Ark is accelerating the cultivated meat revolution through creating industrial scale, affordable, and efficient bioreactors and operating systems. We are on a mission to 100x the industry’s bioreactor capacity by 2035 - powering the most important infrastructure buildout of this generation to transform how people consume meat. Cultivated meat has the most significant potential to disrupt the conventional meat industry, but the infrastructure doesn’t exist – yet. Today, production is costly, and there isn’t enough bioreactor capacity to handle global demand. For cultivated meat to reach the masses, the infrastructure will need to be cost-efficient and highly scalable.

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Enabling cultivated meat

... Bioreactors and operating systems for the industrial production of cultivated meat ...

Mission Barns's Logo

Orinda, United States

11-50 Employees

2018

Mission Barns products contain real meat, without harming a single animal. A small sample from a pig is grown in a cultivator that mimics the animal's body. Then, it’s combined with plant protein so you can enjoy Mission Barns meat. Our products combine cultivated pork fat with plant protein for a succulent, sustainable bite. Pictured: A selection of current Mission Barns products.

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Mission Barns

... Introducing Cultivated Meat ...

The Good Food Institute's Logo

Washington, United States

101-250 Employees

2016

The Good Food Institute is a nonprofit think tank working to make the global food system better for the planet, people, and animals. Alongside scientists, businesses, and policymakers, GFI’s teams focus on making plant-based and cultivated meat delicious, affordable, and accessible. Powered by philanthropy, GFI is an international network of organizations advancing alternative proteins as an essential solution needed to meet the world’s climate, global health, food security, and biodiversity goals. We are developing the roadmap for a sustainable, secure, and just protein supply. We identify the most effective solutions, mobilize resources and talent, and empower partners across the food system to make alternative proteins accessible, affordable, and delicious.

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Plant-based and cultivated meat innovation | GFI

... GFI is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit building a sustainable, secure, and just food system with alternative proteins like plant-based and cultivated meat. ...

Cultured Decadence's Logo

Madison, United States

1-10 Employees

2020

It takes a big appetite to tackle big challenges. At UPSIDE Foods, we’ve spent nearly a decade working together to create cultivated meat that’s good for people and our planet. We founded Memphis Meats, the first cultivated meat company in the world. We cultivated the world’s first chicken and duck. We raised our Series A funding round with support from Bill Gates, Cargill, Kimbal Musk, Richard Branson, and Threshold. We received an investment from Tyson Foods, the world’s largest poultry producer. We partnered with the North American Meat Institute to support federal regulations for cultivated meat.

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Cultivated meat. It’s science (but not rocket science).

... Cultivated meat. It’s science (but not rocket science). ...

Prolific Machines's Logo

San Francisco, United States

1-10 Employees

2020

The same year, Ford invented the automotive assembly line, dramatically reducing the cost of car production. Before long, they were integrated into the fabric of society. We are inventing a process that will enable the lowest cost of cell production in the world. Due to our climate crisis, the first application of our assembly line will be cultured meat. We’re on a mission to accelerate the transition to sustainable agriculture.

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Prolific Machines

... Prolific Machines raises $42m from Breakthrough, Mayfield to slash cultivated meat ...

SuperMeat's Logo

Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

1-10 Employees

2015

SuperMeat’s mission is to bring the world the highest quality chicken meat, grown directly from cells, in a sustainable and animal-friendly process. We believe cultivated meat will enhance the food system, providing nutritional security, drastically reducing carbon emissions, and increasing food safety worldwide. Visit The Chicken, a world’s first farm-to-fork facility where you can watch the production of cultivated meat through a glass wall. See how our chicken is made at the SuperMeat pilot plant and watch our team comprised of food engineers and chefs create cultivated meat meals all under the same roof. Read SuperMeat’s industry-first survey to assess US-based chefs’ sentiment on cultivated meat.

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SuperMeat – Bringing cultured meat to your dinner table

... THE STATE OF CULTIVATED MEAT ...

Aleph Farms's Logo

Rishon LeZion, Israel

11-50 Employees

2017

We design new ways to grow quality animal products that improve sustainability, food security, and animal welfare in our food systems. Professor Levenberg is a professor at the Biomedical Engineering Department at the Technion - Institute of Technology in Israel. Her discoveries relating to vascularization of stem cell-derived tissue constructs have been discussed in leading journals such as Nature-Biotechnology and PNAS, and have had significant impact on the scientific community. Professor Levenberg was selected by “Scientific American” as one of the world’s 50 leading scientists for her work in tissue engineering. A trained Food Engineer and Biologist, Didier has founded several medical device companies and has co-invented over 40 patent families.

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Sustainable, Cultivated Meat. Steak Done Right. | Aleph Farms

... Sustainable, Cultivated Meat. Steak Done Right. | Aleph ...

Ivy Farm Technologies's Logo

Cambridge, United States

11-50 Employees

It was while working as a management consultant to supermarkets that Dr Russ Tucker first came across challenges of efficiency and sustainability in the meat industry. That’s when Russ asked himself, what if we could produce better meat, and in a better way? Hailing from generations of farmers and butchers on both sides of his family, Dr Russ was now ready to swap the cleaver for the culture dish. To help raise the bar in an industry he knew and loved. Russ returned to his alma mater, Oxford University, and teamed up with Professor Cathy Ye.

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Leading the UK’s cultivated meat revolution

... We use bioengineering technology to make sustainable meat. Find out how cultivated meat, also known as lab-grown meat, is good news for the animals & planet. ...

MIRAI FOODS's Logo

Wädenswil, Switzerland

1-10 Employees

2019

Our team combines exceptional individuals from across the globe with diverse backgrounds and cultures. What unites us is our drive for good and our love for delicious food. We form an enthusiastic and passionate group that share the vision to reshape meat production for future generations. Join us on our journey if you want to be part of the new real meat experience! Become an essential part of our exciting journey in developing groundbreaking innovations.

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MIRAI FOODS | Cultivated Meat

... We are on the mission to provide delicious, high-quality cultivated meat at a fair price. Better for the planet, animals, and people's health. ...

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„Cultivated Meat“

Cultivated meat, also known as lab-grown or cell-cultured meat, is a form of meat that is produced using animal cells in a laboratory environment rather than from an animal that has been slaughtered. It is created by taking a sample of animal cells and growing them in a nutrient-rich environment, usually in a bioreactor, until they form the desired shape of a muscle. Through this process, the meat is produced without the need to use an entire animal, allowing for a more sustainable, animal-friendly, and potentially healthier product.