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  • Startup Aleph Farms Unveils First Slaughter-Free 3D Steak

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    Startup Aleph Farms Unveils First Slaughter-Free 3D Steak

    News The race to the plate is on as food technology companies worldwide innovate new ways to produce meat without slaughter. This week, Israel-based food technology startup Aleph Farms successfully created a slaughter-free version of “minute steak”—a thin cut of beef that cooks in one minute. The company used […] Click here to view full […] More

  • The Modern Agriculture Foundation: “We Work Towards a New Food System.”
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    The Modern Agriculture Foundation: “We Work Towards a New Food System.”

    @ The Modern Agriculture Foundation Everyone is talking about clean meat and plant-based meat alternatives. But before these topics become mainstream, we need people that build bridges between several sectors. This is exactly what ‘The Modern Agriculture Foundation’ is doing on a daily basis. The Non-Profit-Organization from Israel connects […] Click here to view full […] More

  • The evolution of lab-grown meat: Aleph Farms creates “first” cell-grown steak

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    The evolution of lab-grown meat: Aleph Farms creates “first” cell-grown steak

    12 Dec 2018 — Israeli firm Aleph Farms has created what it says is the first cell-grown minute steak, using its capabilities for growing different types of natural beef cells into a fully 3D structure similar to conventional meat. The cell-cultured meat space has been heating up recently, marked […] Click here to view full […] More

  • Study Shows US Consumers Are Not Ready for Clean Meat
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    Study Shows US Consumers Are Not Ready for Clean Meat

    © Dmytro Sukharevskyi – Adobe Stock A new study conducted by Kadence International reveals US consumer attitudes towards clean meat. The study, which sampled over 2,000 adults, found that only 17% of US consumers are familiar with clean meat , which is defined by Kadence as lab-grown meat made […] Click here to view full […] More

  • Japanese Waygu Beef to Be Launched by JUST Vegan Egg Producers
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    Japanese Waygu Beef to Be Launched by JUST Vegan Egg Producers

    JUST Partners With Japanese Beef Producer Toriyama to Launch Clean Wagyu Meat California-based food tech company JUST, the maker of a liquid vegan egg made from mung beans, has announced a clean meat partnership with Japanese beef producer, Toriyama and meat and seafood supplier, the Awano Food Group. What […] Click here to view full […] More

  • Why don’t we eat cultured meat yet?

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    Why don’t we eat cultured meat yet?

    With one stem cell of a cow, you can culture thousands of kilos of meat. In theory, it is even possible to grow enough meat in 25.000-litre bioreactors to feed tens of thousands of people for a year. So why is this not happening yet? In 2013, the first […] Click here to view full […] More

  • How far will you go to reduce your beef intake?
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    How far will you go to reduce your beef intake?

    Beef and climate change, how are they related? 07:33 (CNN)The news of a "bleeding" burger with zero meat hitting supermarket shelves in the UK last month was divisive. Passionate carnivores cried out that they wanted real meat, while some vegans and vegetarians complained that veggie alternatives shouldn’t have to […] Click here to view full […] More

  • Can scientists build a blueprint for bluefin tuna?
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    Can scientists build a blueprint for bluefin tuna?

    For several years, biotech companies have been promising “clean” meat, “cell-based” meat, “cultured” meat – whatever you want to call it – as a way to enjoy the taste of chicken, pork and beef without the brutality of animal slaughter or the environmental damage of big agriculture. But what […] Click here to view full […] More

  • The Meatless Revolution: Exploring the Alternative Meat Market
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    The Meatless Revolution: Exploring the Alternative Meat Market

    From burgers at Fourth of July barbecues to hot dogs from the food truck on the corner, meat is ubiquitous in American culture. Whether being consumed at a fast-food restaurant or eaten as part of a dietary lifestyle, as with the trendy Paleo diet, meat dominates our social landscape. […] Click here to view full […] More

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