About Us

Welcome to CellAgri!

 

CellAgri is a news and insights platform that explores the future of food with cellular agriculture. We share the latest news and updates relating to the ever-changing field of cellular agriculture, from the latest updates to the growing number of companies around the world.

We offer a number of resources to help visitors learn more about cellular agriculture and how it can help us develop a sustainable food system for the future, from events to the first eBook about cellular agriculture. CellAgri's platform also tracks and promotes all the major and upcoming players in the field. Providing them the ability to post and share their latest news and job openings.
Ultimately, we aim to promote a dialogue about this emerging field as a future alternative to the present livestock agricultural system.

CellAgri offers a range of services for companies and investors interested in the future of food with cellular agriculture. Fill out our contact form if you would like to get in touch!

Who is Ahmed Khan?

Ahmed Khan is a cellular agriculture consultant and the founder and editor of CellAgri. A news and research startup that aims to be the homepage of the emerging field of cellular agriculture.

CellAgri provides the latest updates and insights on a range of topics and trends relating to cellular agriculture. CellAgri’s platform also tracks all the major and upcoming players in the field. Providing them the ability to post and share their latest news and opportunities.

Ahmed is a co-founder and member of the board of directors of Cellular Agriculture Canada, a non-profit organization advancing and promoting the cellular agriculture industry in Canada.

Ahmed has previously spoken about cellular agriculture in Canada, England, Singapore, and the United States. Ahmed first learned about cellular agriculture while studying at McGill University in Montreal, Canada.

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