Cultivated Meat Likely to Make Up 40% of Future Meat Intake

May 12, 2021 Aleph Farms

The research[1], published on May 11, 2021 by the journal Foods, affirms that cultivated meat is likely to make up a major part of consumers’ future diets. The study showed patterns of greater openness to trying such products by younger generational groups: 87-89% of Gen Z adults, 84-85% of Millennials, 76-77% of Gen X, and 70-74% of Boomers were at least somewhat open to trying cultivated meat.

Meatable Raises $47M Series A to Continue Scaling Trajectory and Expand its Product Portfolio with Beef

March 25, 2021 Meatable

Meatable, the cultivated meat startup, has closed $47 million USD in its Series A funding round, bringing the company’s total funding to $60 million. Meatable finalized its first showcase product in 2020 and aims to use the new funds to advance small-scale production at the Biotech Campus Delft and to diversify its product portfolio.

Mission Barns Will Now Let the Public Try Their New Cultured Bacon

August 12, 2020 Jenny Splitter, Forbes

Cultivated meat maker Mission Barns is now offering the public a rare opportunity to try their new cultured meat. Beginning this week, consumers can sign up at the Mission Barns website for a chance to be one of 50 to 100 selected tasters to try bacon grown from real pork fat cells, no animal slaughter required.

5 Israeli Cultivated Meat Startups Taking Off Because of Corona

Producing real meat without harming animals or the environment is no fantasy. Thirty cultivated meat startups, five of them Israeli, have emerged over the past seven years. Giant industry players such as Tyson are investing in this quest.