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June 2019: The Month in Review

Jul 29, 2019

Following all the developments in May, June continued cellular agriculture’s strong start to the summer. Compared to conventional livestock agriculture, cellular agriculture (cell ag) offers a more sustainable and environmentally-friendly way to meet the growing demand for animal products. Instead of using animals, cellular agriculture involves using cell cultures to produce animal products, like seafood and dairy products. From the first cell-based...

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Interview: Matt Gibson, CEO of New Culture Foods

Jun 27, 2019

Today I am very excited to share our interview with Matt Gibson. Matt is the CEO and co-founder of New Culture Foods, a startup that uses cellular agriculture to make dairy cheese without requiring cows. New Culture Foods is currently a part of the IndieBio, a leading life science program that helped commercialize the entire field. We had the opportunity to speak to Matt ahead of IndieBio’s Class 8 Demo Day to learn more about New Culture and their plans moving...

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May 2019: The Month in Review

Jun 20, 2019

Following all the developments in April, May marked a great start to the summer for cellular agriculture. Compared to conventional livestock agriculture, cellular agriculture (cell ag) offers a more sustainable and environmentally-friendly way to meeting the growing demand for animal products. By growing them from cell cultures instead of animals. Along with new investments in the field, a lot of the spotlight this month focused on another alternative to animal...

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April 2019: The Month in Review

May 22, 2019

April was a strong start to the second quarter for cellular agriculture. Compared to conventional livestock agriculture, cellular agriculture (cell ag) offers a more sustainable and environmentally-friendly way to meet the growing demand for animal products. Without requiring animals. With new investments in the field as well as research grants, this article article takes a look at what happened this April in cellular agriculture.

Investments

Clara Foods

Clara Foods announced that...

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March 2019: The Month in Review

Apr 14, 2019

March marked a strong end to the first quarter of the year for cellular agriculture. Compared to conventional animal agriculture, cellular agriculture (cell ag) offers a more sustainable and environmentally-friendly way to meet the growing demand for animal products. Without requiring animals. And this month, the field continued to show that. With new products and new investments, this article takes a look at what happened this March in cellular agriculture.

Investments

Wild...

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Cell-Based Meat Regulation is Coming

Mar 21, 2019

This March, the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that they established the basic framework for regulating “human food products derived from cultured livestock and poultry cells” (also known as cell-based/clean/cultured meat).

The framework puts into writing what was agreed upon in October: that the USDA and FDA will work together and jointly regulate meat produced via cellular agriculture. This will...

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Cubiq Foods & Future Fields bring Cellular Agriculture to Spain and Canada

Mar 13, 2019

2018 was a big year for cellular agriculture.

With record levels of investments, new startups were emerging across across the United States. Ready to build the future of food.

The start of 2019 has not been any different. Since the start of the year, two new startups in Spain and Canada announced that they were entering the field to produce healthy and sustainable animal products. Without requiring animals.

Cubiq Foods is a new startup that uses cellular agriculture...

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February 2019: The Month in Review

Mar 06, 2019

Following the promising start to the year, February continued to show that 2019 will be a strong year for cellular agriculture (cell ag). Compared to conventional animal agriculture, cellular agriculture provides a more sustainable and environmentally-friendly way to meet the growing demand for animal products. And this month, the field continued to show that. With new investments (including the largest in a foodtech startup) and new research papers, this article...

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January 2019: The Month in Review

Feb 14, 2019

Following the strong end to 2018 in December, January showed that 2019 will be another great year for cellular agriculture. Cellular agriculture (‘cell ag’) is the field of growing animal products (like meat and milk) from cell cultures instead of animals. Compared to conventional livestock agriculture, cell ag provides a more sustainable and environmentally-friendly alternative to meet the growing global demand for animal products. Without requiring animals....

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December 2018: The Month in Review

Jan 17, 2019

With much progress in the field, December marks the end of a successful year for cellular agriculture. Cellular agriculture is the field of growing animal products (like meat and egg white) from cell cultures instead of animals. Compared to conventional animal agriculture, cell ag provides a sustainable and more environmentally friendly way to produce the animal products for a growing population. Without requiring animals. From the very first cell-grown steak to a unique...

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