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November 2022: The Month in Review

With investments and partnerships worldwide, this November continued the cellular agriculture field’s strong end to 2022. Similar to the previous year in November, this month featured an acquisition announcement in India and various partnerships to scale production. This month featured a...

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October 2022: The Month in Review

With new investments and a range of partnerships, this October marked a strong start to the fourth quarter for the cellular agriculture field. Compared to the third quarter of 2022, this October featured a range of product showcases as companies look to scale production and come to market.

From...

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September 2022: The Month in Review

After a slow third quarter for cellular agriculture investments, this September marked a busy end to the quarter for the field. From nine investment announcements as well as product showcases, this September also featured new partnerships to help scale the field. Including the first partnership...

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Visiting the Future: Upside Foods

Visiting the Future is the start of a new series of brief interviews with cellular agriculture companies as Ahmed Khan visits their facilities as they share more about how they’re to produce the future of food.

On my first visit to California in four years to attend the Cultured Meat...

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Visiting the Future: New Culture

Visiting the Future is the start of a new series of brief interviews with cellular agriculture companies as Ahmed Khan visits their facilities as they share more about how they’re to produce the future of food.

On my first visit to California in four years to attend the Cultured Meat...

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Visiting the Future: Wild Earth, Wildtype

Visiting the Future is the start of a new series of brief interviews with cellular agriculture companies as Ahmed Khan visits their facilities as they share more about how they’re to produce the future of food.

On my first visit to California in four years to attend the Cultured Meat...

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FDA Gives Regulatory Clearance for Upside Foods’ Cell-based Chicken in the US

regulation upside foods Dec 02, 2022

In November, the cellular agriculture field reached a significant milestone in the US.

On November 16th, Upside Foods received a letter of no questions from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) over the safety of its production process of making cell-cultured chicken meat.

Founded by Uma...

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August 2022: The Month in Review

From China and Australia to Israel and the UK, this August continued the cellular agriculture field’s momentum through the end of summer. Along with new partnerships, including the first by two corporates looking into cell-cultured dairy, this August also featured the launch of the first...

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CULT Food Science Portfolio Series: Developing Structured Pork and Fish Products

This article was sponsored by CULT Food Science.

From Asia to North America and Europe, companies around the world are using cellular agriculture to produce the future of meat. By producing meat directly from cell cultures, startups and companies are working to make a more sustainable food...

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CULT Food Science Portfolio Series: Moving Beyond Collagen, Chocolate, and Coffee with Cellular Agriculture

This article was sponsored by CULT Food Science.

Beyond producing meat, cellular agriculture can be used to make a wide range of products. From collagen and gelatin to chocolate and coffee, companies around the world are exploring a wide range of ways that cellular agriculture can make a...

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