Cultured meat

Understanding is not enough, sociopolitical questions of cultured meat with Dr. Charlotte Biltekoff

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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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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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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An interview with Munch: the app born out of the pandemic

A handful of companies were born during the onset of the pandemic, but how did they overcome the new hurdles small businesses faced? We had the pleasure of catching up with Chris DeSantis, CEO and co-founder of Munch, which launched a new food app self-proclaimed the “Tinder of dining”, thrusting them into the foodtech sector at …

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An interview with Munch: the app born out of the pandemic

A handful of companies were born during the onset of the pandemic, but how did they overcome the new hurdles small businesses faced? We had the pleasure of catching up with Chris DeSantis, CEO and co-founder of Munch, which launched a new food app self-proclaimed the “Tinder of dining”, thrusting them into the foodtech sector at …

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An interview with SuperMeat: supplying the world with a more sustainable food source

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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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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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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