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4 startups “cracking” the formula for the perfect egg substitute

As Impossible and Beyond burgers lead the plant-based meat space, other startups have set their sights on the next big thing in alt foods: egg alternatives. Fueled by a similar combination of motivations as faux meat, including animal cruelty and climate change, there are a number of startups attempting to “crack” the egg alternative game …

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Keep calm & carry on investing: What are VCs looking for from food startups post-covid?

The covid pandemic has accelerated foodtech trends that were already on the rise before lockdown, so how can food startup founders and entrepreneurs best capitalize on these new trends to attract investor interest and funding opportunities? And in a growing market of disruptive startups, how can VC´s back the right investment? Although some entrepreneurs may …

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Private patents, monopolies & lobbying: obstacles for cell ag with New Harvest Executive Director Isha Datar

This article is based on an episode of the Red to Green podcast on food tech for sustainability and health. The first season is covering cell-based meat, dairy and seafood. Listen to past episodes here.  This is an interview with Isha Datar; the Executive Director of New Harvest, as she delved into the fascinating emerging …

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This foodtech startup is changing the way protein is produced on their mission to fix the food system

As World Agri-Tech Innovation South America Summit marketing partners along with Eatable Adventures we had the pleasure of interviewing one of the speakers; Matias Muchnick CEO & Founder of Notco, one of the most disruptive foodtech startups that is currently changing the way protein is produced. Matias described NotCo as a foodtech company that combines …

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The role of technology in achieving a more sustainable agri-food supply chain

Our partners Eatable Adventures are proud to be World Agri-Tech South America partners and had the pleasure of interviewing innovation representatives from Raízen and Adama, two companies that are currently disrupting the agri-food system and developing solutions by partnering with startups across the Agritech space. Raízen is an energy company that operates in all stages …

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Podcast: disrupting the seed to plate supply chain

Our partners from Food Matters invited Eatable Adventures´ Ecosystem Development Manager to participate in a podcast on tech innovation in the supply chain. Paula Álvarez Ameijeiras was joined by other experts in the field such as Catherine Tubb; Senior Research Analyst at RethinkX, Dr David Christian Rose, Elizabeth Creak; Associate Professor of Agricultural Innovation and …

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Steak without the cow: the startup developing the first cultured meat in space

This article is based on episode 10 of the Red to Green food sustainability podcast covering cell-based meat, dairy and seafood in the first season. Check out the earlier episode on iTunes and Spotify. In their latest episode they were joined by Didier Toubia, the Co-Founder & CEO of Aleph Farms, a startup taking on …

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Small plant, big protein opportunity: is Jackfruit the next meat substitute?

Jackfruit offers a tasty and nutritious alternative ingredient to pork products as it can be cooked and shredded like the real thing. Startups will enjoy its versatility, replicating the exact taste and texture of pork which is key to developing plant-based proteins consumers will invest in. Although the plant is native to India as well …

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Making plant-based meat alternatives more delicious with cultured fat

This article is based on episode 9 of the Red to Green food sustainability podcast covering cell-based meat, dairy, and seafood in the first season. Check out the earlier episodes on iTunes and Spotify. The latest Red to Green episode on cellular agriculture features David Brandes and Eva Sommer, the co-founders of the B2B startup …

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