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January 2021: The Month in Review

2020 was a significant year for cellular agriculture. From record investments and product showcases to the first regulatory approval for cell-based meat, the year 2020 brought cellular agriculture closer to being a viable, sustainable future of food.

After the record-breaking year, 2021 is...

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Big Idea Ventures: Singapore is rapidly advancing for cell-based foods

This contributor article was written by the team at Big Idea Ventures. Note: opinions expressed by CellAgri contributors are their own.

We seem to be witnessing a paradigm shift. Management Consultancy Firm AT Kearney forecasted that by 2040, cultured meat will take up a staggering 35% of all...

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Brett Cotten: Gene-trepreneur – An Update One Year Later

The cows in Cambridge, UK enjoying Gene-trepreneur – they were “udder-ly a-moosed” and “bo-vinely intrigued” by gene-trepreneurs’ efforts to replace them as food & materials-producing technologies.

This article was written by and contributed by...

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December 2020: The Month in Review

Photograph by Eat Just

December marked the end of a historic year for the cellular agriculture industry. Cellular agriculture is the field of producing animal products, like meat and dairy, directly from cell cultures instead of animals. Compared to conventional livestock agriculture,...

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November 2020: The Month in Review

After a strong start to the fourth quarter in October, November continued a strong end to the year for cellular agriculture. Cellular agriculture is the field of producing animal products, like meat or dairy, directly from cell cultures instead of raising animals for the same products. Compared...

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Singapore Gives Regulatory Approval for Eat Just’s Cell-Based Chicken

just regulation singapore Dec 03, 2020

This week, cell-based meat reached a historic milestone.

On December 2nd, Singapore became the first country in the world to give regulatory approval for the sale of the first cell-based meat product by Eat Just.

Founded by Josh Tetrick and Josh Balk, Eat Just is an alternative protein company...

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October 2020: The Month in Review

After a quarter that featured the largest funding round for a cellular agriculture food company, October was a strong start to the fourth quarter of 2020 for cellular agriculture.  Cellular agriculture is the field of producing animal products, like meat and dairy, directly from cells...

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September 2020: The Month in Review

After a productive summer for the field, September was a strong end to the third quarter of 2020 for the cellular agriculture industry. Cellular agriculture is the field of producing animal products, like meat and dairy, directly from cells without requiring animals to make them. Compared to...

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Jellatech Launches First Cell-Based Collagen and Gelatin Company

interview jellatech Nov 11, 2020

At the start of November, new startup Jellatech announced its launch as the first cell-based collagen and gelatin company. Founded by Stephanie Michelsen and Kylie van Deinsen-Hesp, Jellatech uses cellular agriculture to produce animal-free collagen and gelatin. Traditionally sourced from the...

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Sustainable Food Ventures: Ryan Bethencourt Launches First Rolling Fund for the Future of Food

At the end of September, Ryan Bethencourt and Mariliis Holm announced the launch of their new rolling fund, Sustainable Food Ventures (SFV), to advance the future of food. SFV is the first rolling fund on the AngelList platform to focus on cell-based, plant-based, and recombinant protein...

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