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Survey: Meat Will Be a Key Ingredient for Americans Resolving to Eat Better in 2021
As many Americans are into week one of a new eating regimen, Applegate found that 72% of those surveyed believe meat should be part of a healthy diet and that 55% are resolving to cut back on sugar.
Despite the rising popularity of plant-based trends and lab-created “meat” substitutes, the survey found 58% of adults have no plans to consume less meat in 2021 and illustrated how consumers are seeking natural and organic meat products with...
Eat Just To have Its Lab-Grown Meat Served At a Restaurant in Singapore
Eat Beyond Global Holdings Inc., an investment issuer focused on the global plant-based and alternative food sector, is announcing that its portfolio company, San Francisco-based Eat Just Inc., is the world's first company to have its lab-grown meat served in a restaurant.
Eat Just is a food tech company that produces meat and egg substitutes, and recently became the first company approved to sell its lab-grown chicken product, GOOD Meat Cultured Chicken, in Singapore. Singapore is the first government to...
Eat Just Follows Regulatory Approval with Historic, First-Ever Sale of Cultured Meat
Eat Just announced that on the heels of its historic regulatory approval for cultured chicken, it has made the first commercial sale of meat created directly from animal cells for human consumption to 1880, an establishment founded to inspire conversations that change the world. GOOD Meat Cultured Chicken will launch with 1880 this Saturday, December 19.
When seeking out the world’s first restaurant to sell and serve cultured meat, Eat Just wanted to ensure the partner would not only satisfy guests' appetites with a superior culinary experience, but would also...
Mosa Meat Backed by Leading Global Impact Investors, Bringing Oversubscribed Round to $75M
Mosa Meat, the European food technology company that introduced a cultivated beef hamburger in 2013, announced the second closing of its Series B funding. This second closing of $20M brings the total raised so far in the round to $75M.
The funding brings together leading global investors who are dedicated to sustainability, and to supporting Mosa Meat in its mission. These include Blue Horizon Ventures, Target Global, ArcTern Ventures and Rubio Impact Ventures.
Mitsubishi Corporation, Japan, the global integrated business enterprise that develops...
Mosa Meat Raises Series B Funding to Prepare for Large-scale Cultured Meat Production
Mosa Meat, the European food technology company which introduced the world's first cultured beef hamburger in 2013, announced the first closing of $55M as part of a larger Series B funding round.
Mosa Meat will use the funds to extend its current pilot production facility at its home in Maastricht, develop an industrial-sized production line, expand its team, and introduce delicious cultivated beef to consumers. While no date has been announced for an introduction to consumers, the company will work with regulators to demonstrate the safety of cultivated beef, in order to achieve regulatory approval to serve consumers in Europe who are craving change...
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