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    Australian Crowdfunded Research Study on the Ethical Consumer

    Fresh Focus Research in partnership with Sentient Consulting have recently launched an Australian-first consumer research initiative through the Pozible crowdfunding platform focused on The Rise of the Ethical Consumer.  The research will explore, profile and segment the Australian ethical consumer market including vegans, vegetarians, flexitarians and reducitarians. The research provides brands and businesses focused on sustainability […] More

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    BlueNalu Unveils Plan for Facility to Grow Fish, Crustaceans and Mollusks, Starting with Mahi-Mahi

    BlueNalu Unveils Plan for Facility to Grow Fish, Crustaceans and Mollusks, Starting with Mahi-Mahi

    BlueNalu just revealed details about its plan to become the global leader in cellular aquaculture. Yesterday the San Diego-based startup, which grows seafood from cell cultures, dove deeper into its commercialization strategy for its cultured fish and also released schematics of its future large-scale food facilities. According to a […] Click here to view full […] More

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    Biotech Startup Debuts High-Protein Meat-Free Dog Food

    Biotech Startup Debuts High-Protein Meat-Free Dog Food

    Today, biotechnology startup Wild Earth unveiled its high-protein, plant-based dog food at the SuperZoo Conference in Las Vegas, the largest pet industry event in North America. The dry kibble contains all 10 essential amino acids necessary for a healthy canine diet and is specifically formulated without animal products to […] Click here to view full […] More

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    Alt-Meat Trounces Animal Meat’s Massive Inefficiencies

    Alt-Meat Trounces Animal Meat's Massive Inefficiencies

    Ranchers have to forecast some three years into the future. Clean meat producers need only a couple weeks. One of the strongest selling points of plant-based and clean meat is the efficiency of production : the conversion of inputs to outputs is vastly more streamlined than cycling calories through […] Click here to view full […] More

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    Start-up secures grant to produce lab-grown meat

    Start-up secures grant to produce lab-grown meat

    The state’s Minister for Jobs, Investment and Western Sydney, Stuart Ayers, announced that North Parramatta-based start-up VOW has been awarded the grant funding in order to develop its technology, that sees meat cultivated from animal cells. VOW was established in March this year, according to the LinkedIn profiles of […] Click here to view full […] More

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    Cultured Abundance (A blog on the science of cell-based meat)

    Robert Yaman has put together a fantastic new resource for those interested in the science behind cell-based meat. Cultured Abundance is completely open source and is aimed at students,  scientists, investors, entrepreneurs or anyone interested in moving into or learning more about this space. Primarily featuring patent reviews and other high level technical content, it also acts as a curated catalog […] More

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    Lab-Grown Kangaroo Meat: It’s What’s for Dinner?

    Lab-Grown Kangaroo Meat: It's What's for Dinner?

    An Australian startup’s efforts to culture meat from kangaroo tissue hints at a future where scientists cultivate exotic fare for adventurous eaters…. Plant-based meat maker Beyond Meat Inc on Wednesday said it priced its initial public offering at $25 per share, the upper end of its $23-$25 price range…. […] Click here to view full […] More

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    University researchers aim to lower cost to make lab-grown meat

    University researchers aim to lower cost to make lab-grown meat

    Peter Stogios manipulates a protein crystal mounted on an X-ray diffractometer. He and his team are researching a less expensive way of making cell-based meat (photo by Nick Iwanyshyn) On grocery store shelves among packages of farmed beef, poultry and pork, Peter Stogios expects to one day see meat […] Click here to view full […] More

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    Experts predict that 60% of all meat will be ‘fake’ by 2040

    Experts predict that 60% of all meat will be ‘fake’ by 2040

    Shutterstock Cows don’t exactly pose an apparent threat to the future of mankind. At first glance, they look pretty innocuous. That is until one takes a deeper look – food production accounts for just over one-quarter of global emissions, and 58% of that comes from livestock, BBC reports . […] Click here to view full […] More

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