Cell Agri was founded by Ahmed Khan, who is a board member of Cellular Agriculture Canada, a new not-for-profit organization. According to food scientist and CAG team member Yadira Tajeda Saldana, their short term goal is to raise public awareness of the emerging industry. They don’t work directly with the manufacturing of the products. Instead, their aim is to support and advance the cellular agriculture industry in Canada.
Agriculture Cellulaire France est une association française dont le but est d’informer et d’alimenter la réflexion autour de l’agriculture cellulaire. L’agriculture cellulaire permet la production de produits animaux à partir de cellules plutôt que d’animaux, contribuant à la résolution des problèmes associés à l’élevage industriel. Pour accomplir notre mission, et avec l’aide de nos conseillers, nous mettons à disposition de l’information, et créons des synergies entre les différents acteurs et actrices de ce secteur émergent.
Together, the members of the Alliance for Meat, Poultry and Seafood Innovation (AMPS Innovation) are working to advance new methods of producing real, high-quality, safe meat, poultry and seafood products directly from animal cells, which, in partnership with the broader agricultural community, we believe will help meet the demands of feeding a growing global population.
AMPS Innovation advocates for our industry through sharing our collective expertise, providing insight into our innovation, and committing to safety and transparency with all stakeholders, including industry partners, policymakers, advocates and consumers.
Cellular Agriculture Canada is a nationwide interdisciplinary organization with the mission to support and promote the cellular agriculture industry and research in Canada.
This review aims to update the current knowledge on this subject by focusing on recent publications and issues not well described previously. The main conclusion is that no major advances were observed despite many new publications. Indeed, in terms of technical issues, research is still required to optimize cell culture methodology.
The goal of cellular seafood is not, its proponents claim, to entirely disrupt the current seafood industry. Instead, it is intended to augment it — and perhaps to help mitigate some of the more harmful and negative aspects of current fishing practices, such as overfishing and illegal fishing.