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The Future of Dairy Arrives to Mylkcubator’s Demo Day

The first edition of Mylkcubator, the incubation program launched by Pascual Innoventures in collaboration with Eatable Adventures, has held its eagerly anticipated Demo Day event showcasing the advances of the first cohort of startups, at its headquarters in Manoteras, Madrid. The program not only showcased pioneering dairy projects around the world but also laid the …

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Foodtech Brands Creating Seafood Alternatives

With the rise of alternative proteins in the foodtech industry, seafood is gaining a lot of traction, offering an array of investment opportunities as well as the potential to replace many popular foods with more sustainable options. There is a significant number of corps and startups developing alternatives to seafood, without the need of the …

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Interview with Lou Cooperhouse from BlueNalu

We are thrilled to share our interview with Lou Cooperhouse, co-founder, president & CEO of BlueNalu. BlueNalu is a company creating cell-cultured seafood to provide consumers with great tasting products that are healthy for people, humane for sea life, and sustainable for our planet. Lou participated in the 4th Asia-Pacific Agri-Food Innovation Summit on November …

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Mylkcubator kicks off its first edition with four startups to shape the future of dairy

Mylkcubator, the first global incubator specialized in the advancement of innovation projects for the dairy sector, launches its first edition with four amazing startups selected from across the world. Thanks to this incubation program, launched by Pascual Innoventures in collaboration with Eatable Adventures, these promising startups are set to lay the foundations for a new …

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Open access research, including farmers and cell-based censorship in the US with Good Food Institute Scott Weathers

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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An interview with SuperMeat: creating a more sustainable food system with cultured meat

Not just meat, but clean, sustainable meat: SuperMeat is the Israeli startup based in the country’s innovation hub of Tel Aviv, which is developing a technology to supply the world with high-quality, clean chicken meat grown directly from chicken cells, produced in a sustainable and animal-friendly way. Their ethical lab-grown meat is crafted in safe …

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