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Chef Marcus Samuelsson Invests in Aleph Farms, Plans to Serve Aleph Cuts Cultivated Steaks
Aleph Farms, a cellular agriculture company designing new ways to grow quality animal products, today announced that Chef Marcus Samuelsson is joining the company as an investor, culinary advisor and launch partner. Through much of his rise to fame as the celebrity chef behind 13 restaurants around the world, a New York Times best-selling author and a TV personality, Samuelsson has been using his unique background to elevate diversity in the culinary world. As part of this designation, he will work closely...
Aleph Farms Debuts Cultivated Meat Product Brand, Set to Market First Product
Cultivated meat producer Aleph Farms launched its first product brand, Aleph Cuts, as it preps to market its first product, the Petit Steak.
The company said this will be the first cultivated steak product in the world and is set to launch in Singapore and Israel later this year, pending regulatory approvals. Aleph Farms says the new brand will help build momentum “head of commercialization and subsequent engagement with customers and end consumers.”
“With the launch of Aleph Cuts, we are introducing our product through an epicurean lens...
SuperMeat Reimagines Famous Moist Maker Sandwich with First Ever Cultivated Turkey
Just in time for Thanksgiving, the company known for its cultivated chicken unveils a turkey cold cut produced without harming a single turkeySuperMeat, a foodtech company working to supply the world with high-quality cultivated meat, today announced that it has made the first ever cultivated turkey, introduced via the most famous Thanksgiving leftovers sandwich in the world, the Moist Maker. The sandwich consists of all the classic leftovers from the big meal, including stuffing, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, and gravy – paired with the first ever cultivated turkey...
FDA Accepts UPSIDE Foods Conclusion That its Cultivated Chicken is Safe to Eat
Today, UPSIDE Foods, the leading cultivated meat, poultry and seafood company...
Future Meat Technologies Unveils New Brand, Changes Name to Believer Meats
Future Meat Technologies ("Future Meat"), the industry-leading company developing innovative food technology to produce cultivated meat, has changed its name to Believer Meats ("Believer"), effective immediately. The rebranding is a big step in the broader strategic transformation of Future Meat into a technology-rooted food company as Believer prepares for its product launch. Believer's groundbreaking process and technology have paved the way to bring cultivated meat one step closer to commercial viability, pending U.S. regulatory approval.
"People are biologically conditioned to crave meat, but the conventional..."
Cultivated Protein Company Hires Supply Chain and Manufacturing VP
UPSIDE Foods, a company looking to commercialize cultivated meat, poultry and seafood, announced the appointment of Sheetal Shah as Senior Vice President of Supply Chain and Manufacturing on June 8.
The company is moving closer to commercialization and scaling production, after the company wrapped up a $400 million Series C funding round, the largest in the history of the cultivated meat industry in April 2022.
Shah will be tasked with leading the company’s supply chain and strategic sourcing for cell feed and other inputs that will help lower costs and...
GOOD Meat Breaks Ground on Largest Cultivated Meat Facility in Asia
GOOD Meat, the cultivated meat division of Eat Just, Inc., a company that applies cutting-edge science and technology on a mission to create healthier, more sustainable foods, broke ground today on the largest cultivated meat production center in Asia. The complex, scheduled to open in Q1 2023 at JTC Bedok Food City, will have the capacity to produce tens of thousands of pounds of meat from cells, without the need to slaughter a single animal.
The buildout will house the single-largest bioreactor in the cultivated meat industry to date. Local production will help GOOD Meat meet growing consumer demand for its...
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