Join us in San Francisco on Thursday, November 14th and Friday, November 15, 2019 as we highlight the top industry insights of the cell-based meat revolution.
Bringing clean meat to the masses requires a lot more than just the technology behind the scenes.
Join us for two full days of programming highlighting the latest developments in the exciting new field of cellular agriculture. Experience compelling talks and interactive exhibitions by leading startups and researchers to discover cellular agriculture’s applications to food, materials, and more in an accessible and interdisciplinary manner.
Aleph Farms claimed in December 2018 that it was the first company to demonstrate that it can grow steak directly from bovine cells without harming the cow.
The US Department of Agriculture and the US Food and Drug Administration have established an inter-agency framework for regulating food items produced using cellular agriculture methods of meat and poultry production.
Cultured Meat Symposium is a conference held in Silicon Valley highlighting insights in the cell-based technology industry. The importance of clean cultured meat goes far beyond the health benefits. The event will dive into the Impact, Future, and Flavor of cell-based meat technology.
The term clean meat "unnecessarily criminalizes the meat industry and there’s no need for that," said Mark Post, cofounder of Mosa Meat and father of the cultured meat movement, after raising a $7.5m Series A round of funding.
While it was a positive first step that the FDA addressing the space, how it will play out is still uncertain as participants debated who should regulate the products, what it should be called, and how its safety will be determined.
Two weeks ago, our CEO Rob Leclerc went to Israel to attend Food and Ag Week and here's what he discovered.
The wide distribution and adoption of cultured meat won’t affect all farming economies equally, but grass-based farming economies like New Zealand and Wales could be particularly impacted.