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April 2020: The Month in Review

After a precarious March, April marked a strong start to the second quarter of 2020 for cellular agriculture. Cellular agriculture is the field of producing animal products, like dairy proteins or meat, directly from cell cultures instead of raising animals for the same products....

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September 2019: The Month in Review

Following all the developments in this July and August, September marked a strong end to the third quarter for cellular agriculture. Cellular agriculture (cell ag) is the field of producing animal products, like meat or dairy products, from cell cultures directly...

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March 2019: The Month in Review

March marked a strong end to the first quarter of the year for cellular agriculture. Compared to conventional animal agriculture, cellular agriculture (cell ag) offers a more sustainable and environmentally-friendly way to meet the growing demand for animal products. Without...

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February 2019: The Month in Review

Following the promising start to the year, February continued to show that 2019 will be a strong year for cellular agriculture (cell ag). Compared to conventional animal agriculture, cellular agriculture provides a more sustainable and environmentally-friendly way to meet the...

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August 2018: The Month in Review

Following all the developments in June and July, August marked a strong end of the summer for cellular agriculture. Cellular agriculture (‘cell ag’) is the field of growing animal products, like meat, from cell cultures instead of raising animals for the same...

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Cellular Agriculture and the Monsanto Lesson

We live in an anti-GMO era.

Nearly all the companies and players in cellular agriculture (‘cell ag’) have made a conscious effort to distance themselves from GMOs. While it is true that none of their final products contain genetically modified organisms (the modified yeast are not...

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