Clever Carnivore Raises $7M to Expand Operations and Scale Up Production of Cultivated Meat

December 20, 2023 Clever Carnivore

Delicious, sustainable, cost-competitive and cruelty-free meat is officially in the works. And early investors in Clever Carnivore will be among the first to see how the sausage gets made.

Meatable Raises $35 Million in New Funding to Scale and Accelerate Commercial Launch of its Pork Products

August 10, 2023 Meatable

Meatable, the industry-leading food tech company, announced today it has raised $35 million in new funding to bring the company’s total funding so far to $95 million. Led by Agronomics, the successful close saw Invest-NL, a Dutch impact fund, coming on board as a new investor. The round also drew significant renewed support from existing investors, including BlueYard, Bridford, MilkyWay, DSM Venturing and Taavet Hinrikus.

Aleph Farms Submits First Ever Application for Cultivated Meat in Europe

July 31, 2023 Aleph Farms

Aleph Farms, a cellular agriculture company that enhances sustainability, food security and animal welfare in our food systems, today announced that it has submitted an application for regulatory approval to the Swiss Federal Food Safety and Veterinary Office (FSVO) with the goal of selling the world’s first cultivated beef steaks under the Aleph Cuts brand in Switzerland.

Omeat Announces a Novel & Humane Approach to Cultivated Beef Production That Addresses Taste, Cost, and Scalability

July 3, 2023 Omeat

After quietly working on its technology for four years, Omeat announced today its entry into the cultivated meat market, revealing a pioneering approach that reduces input costs and can be scaled to sustainably meet the global demand for beef and other types of animal protein. The process uses regenerative factors extracted humanely from healthy, living cows to derive growth media, the number one cost driver of cultivated meat.

GOOD Meat Gets Full Approval in the U.S. for Cultivated Meat

June 27, 2023 Eat Just, Inc.

GOOD Meat, the cultivated meat division of food technology company Eat Just, Inc., announced today that it has received approval from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) for its first poultry product, cultivated chicken, to enter interstate commerce. This landmark clearance means the firm’s chicken, which is made directly from animal cells, can now be sold to American consumers.