Clean Meat

What should we call meat produced from animals cells without slaughtering animals? Picture: Mosameat

Mattson: 'The very existence of what's now known as clean meat is at stake here'

'Cell-based meat’ not the most consumer-friendly term, reveals GFI consumer research

By Elaine Watson

The Good Food Institute (GFI) has enlisted the services of food and beverage innovation firm Mattson to conduct further research into the best way to describe cell-cultured meat following the release of new data suggesting that the industry-backed term...

Attorney: 'I think that a lot of this could take place without substantial rule-making...' Picture: MosaMeat

USDA and FDA to host joint public meeting on cell cultured meat

By Elaine Watson

The USDA and the FDA will host a joint meeting on October 23-24, 2018 on cell-based meat – meat produced by culturing animal cells outside of an animal – to thrash out how the sector might be regulated and how such products should be described on food...

The Better Meat Co is launching plant-based proteins that ‘blend seamlessly into ground meat products’

Better Meat Co to debut plant-based proteins that ‘blend seamlessly into ground meat products’

How do you make meat better? Add plants, says The Better Meat Co...

By Elaine Watson

Sacramento-based start-up The Better Meat Co is targeting institutional food sellers with plant-based proteins that “blend seamlessly into ground meat products” at inclusion rates of up to 30%, to deliver healthier, tastier, and more sustainable sausages,...

Clean meat start-up BlueNalu raises $4.5m to fuel its ambitions in ‘cellular aquaculture’

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BlueNalu raises $4.5m to fuel its ambitions in ‘cellular aquaculture’

By Elaine Watson

San Diego-based BlueNalu - which aims to make a splash in the cellular aquaculture field with cell-cultured seafood products – has raised $4.5m in a seed round led by New Crop Capital and joined by a coalition of 25 venture organizations and individuals...

Paul Shapiro: 'An incumbent industry being threatened by new technology is hardly new...'

GUEST ARTICLE: Food fight over the M-word

By Paul Shapiro

American regulators have wrestled over how to deal with musicians’ use of the F-word in songs. News organizations have debated how to cover President Trump’s use of the S-word when talking about certain countries. But these days, the big debate seems...

Wild Type co-founders (L-R) Aryé Elfenbein and Justin Kolbeck:

'We’ve spoken to large and small food companies that are interested in partnering with us'

Is cultured meat ready for prime time? In conversation with Wild Type

By Elaine Watson

It’s not hard to see why cell-cultured (aka ‘clean’) meat is beginning to attract some serious attention – and investment. The addressable market is huge, and the product – if it delivers on its promise – could ensure meat does not become a luxury only...

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'It makes no sense to mandate that an agency create new food regulations in a spending bill'

GFI ‘surprised and dismayed’ as ag appropriations bill tasks USDA with issuing new regulations for clean meat

By Elaine Watson

The Good Food Institute (GFI) - a non-profit representing players in the burgeoning plant-based and cell-cultured (aka ‘clean’) meat arena – says it’s baffled by language in a draft spending bill that tasks the USDA with issuing new regulations covering...

CEO Dr Uma Valeti (center) and CSO Nicholas Genovese (right) test Memphis Meats' latest innovations

'We can produce up to 10,000 cows’ worth of meat with a single biopsy'

Memphis Meats: ‘What’s common in Silicon Valley is that you move fast and break things, but that's an awful way to approach making food’

By Elaine Watson

Excitement is building as cultured meat approaches commercialization, but “science does not occur in a cultural vacuum” and bringing consumers and regulators with you on the journey is more important than being first to market, says clean meat start-up...

Future Meat Technologies: The future of clean meat production is local

“Instead of giving farmers a barn with 50,000 chickens, why not give them a small factory and 10,000 machines?”

Future Meat Technologies: The future of clean meat production is local

By Elaine Watson

While it might be a while before steaks grown in bioreactors (instead of on the farm) become standard fare at your local steakhouse, ‘locally produced’ cultured meat could quickly gain traction in nuggets, burgers, meatballs, and hot dogs if the price...

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GFI: Clean meat will likely enter market as a high-value ingredient in plant-based products

What's the path to commercialization for clean meat?

By Elaine Watson

 ‘Clean’ (a.k.a. cultured/lab-grown) meat will likely come to market in phases, with the first products perhaps hybrids combining clean meat and plant-based meat; followed by ground meat products (nuggets, burgers); and finally those mimicking steaks...

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