Everything you wanted to know. And more.
Cell-based meat, cultivated meat, lab-grown meat. No matter what you call it, cellular agriculture has taken the world by storm. And now we break it down for you.
The world was only introduced to the concept in 2013 with the showcasing of the first lab-grown beef burger in the city of London.
7 years later, over a billion dollars has been invested in the field of cellular agriculture. From new companies looking to change the future of food, the CellAgri Investment Report breaks down the numbers and shows how this novel technology already has over $1 billion invested in it.
The report breaks down the number of funded cellular agriculture companies into 2 groups: acellular foods and cell-based meats. The report shares valuable traction data and numbers from every top funded company in the field:
- Founders, location, focus
- Funding to date
- Latest funding round
- Lead Investors
- Strategic Partners
- Launched Products
The report series also highlights the top investors associated with the field. Investors play a critical role in advancing the field and it's important to highlight the top ones who are ready to advance the future of food with cellular agriculture.
Regular Updates about the Future of Food
Along with the main report, you will receive four quarterly updates about the field, sharing the latest updates and insights from the field for 12 months.
Discover Opportunities To Change the Future
From the investments in the cellular agriculture industry to pain points in the field's emerging supply chain, discover opportunities to become involved in the future of cellular agriculture.
Investments, Investors, and the Supply Chain.
The Investment Report also addresses the cellular agriculture supply chain. In order for the field to get to scale and to market, it's absolutely critical to highlight the white spaces in the field's supply chain for both investors and interested companies. Most importantly, it is these pain points that need to be addressed in order to help the field progress.
Our supply chain section breaks the supply chain into 15 sections. In each section, we explain what that part of the value chain consists of, why it may be uniquely relevant to cellular agriculture, and highlight companies or players working to address the pain point.
If you're a biotech company, the supply chain section may help identify opportunities and shift your focus onto where your company can add value to the cellular agriculture supply chain (and who your potential competition may be). If you're a cell ag investor, this section can help you learn about newer companies working to address different parts to make the sustainable supply chain happen.
With each purchase, you will receive four quarterly supplemental reports over for 12 months. That way you'll always be up to date with the latest news, insights, and updates from the field of cellular agriculture.