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Amendment 171

Censoring dairy alternatives: Amendment 171 in the EU – it’s history, impact and lessons with Ronja Bertholdt

We are excited to renew our media partnership with Red to Green for Season 3!  Red to Green is a Podcast dedicated to providing content on sustainable food innovations, founded and hosted by Marina Schmidt. What sets Red to Green apart from other food tech podcasts is that instead of adopting the more common approach …

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Industry lobbying and communicating the hard things about animal agriculture with Irina Gerry

We are excited to renew our media partnership with Red to Green for Season 3!  Red to Green is a Podcast dedicated to providing content on sustainable food innovations, founded and hosted by Marina Schmidt. What sets Red to Green apart from other food tech podcasts is that instead of adopting the more common approach …

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Dairy and fish vs. cultured meat: the difference in perception, production and promotion with Formo and BlueNalu

We are excited to renew our media partnership with Red to Green for Season 3!  Red to Green is a Podcast dedicated to providing content on sustainable food innovations, founded and hosted by Marina Schmidt. What sets Red to Green apart from other food tech podcasts is that instead of adopting the more common approach …

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Branding cultured products: the naturalness trap with Nicky Quinn

We are excited to renew our media partnership with Red to Green for Season 3!  Red to Green is a Podcast dedicated to providing content on sustainable food innovations, founded and hosted by Marina Schmidt. What sets Red to Green apart from other food tech podcasts is that instead of adopting the more common approach …

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Conspiracies & fake news about “frankenstein” meat with Dr. Daniel Jolley

We are excited to renew our media partnership with Red to Green for Season 3!  Red to Green is a Podcast dedicated to providing content on sustainable food innovations, founded and hosted by Marina Schmidt. What sets Red to Green apart from other food tech podcasts is that instead of adopting the more common approach …

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Research findings on consumer’s attitudes towards cultured meat with Chris Bryant

An interview with Chris Bryant   We are excited to renew our media partnership with Red to Green for Season 3!  Red to Green is a Podcast dedicated to providing content on sustainable food innovations. What sets Red to Green apart from other food tech podcasts is that instead of adopting the more common approach …

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Cell-cultured meat: building community, safety and brands with Isha Datar

We are excited to renew our media partnership with Red to Green for Season 3!  Red to Green is a Podcast founded by Marina Schmidt, dedicated to providing content on sustainable food innovations. What sets Red to Green apart from other food tech podcasts is that instead of adopting the more common approach of each …

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Learn more about plastic alternatives thanks to the Red to Green podcast

This article is based on the second season of the Red to Green podcast on food tech for sustainability and health. The first season covered cell-based meat, dairy and seafood and the second season was about plastic alternatives.  The third season will be out in mid-April and it will be dedicated to Consumer Acceptance. Listen …

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