Promoting plant-based: What motivates people to eat less meat?

Environmental concerns don’t motivate consumers to replace meat products with plant-based alternatives, new research suggests. So, what does prompt people to make the swap? And how can the food industry tap into this to support growth in the plant-based aisle? Source: Promoting plant-based: What motivates people to eat less meat?

Are cultivated proteins the future of pet food?

Proteins from sources other than animals have received a healthy dose of attention for both pet food and human food in recent years, attracting not only consumer interest but also heavy investment. Cue the latest announcement: Mark Cuban, entrepreneur and “Shark Tank” judge, recently helped Wild Earth, which since 2019 has offered dog treats and … Read more

Growing Sushi in San Francisco – Food Tech Digest

San Francisco based company Wildtype specialises in agriculture technology. More specifically, they’re working with cell-based agriculture to grow salmon for human consumption. But what does this mean? Throughout this blog, we’re going to take a look at what exactly Wildtype is doing, and why they’re shaping the future of seafood. Source: Growing Sushi in San … Read more

Why eating Tortoise could save the planet | Tim Noakesmith

How do we feed 10 billion people by 2050 without destroying the earth in the process? Tim Noakesmith presents a potential solution on curated meat – meat produced from cell samples I laboratories. In this provocative and innovative talk, Tim presents a fresh perspective on how to diminish CO2 emissions from our food system. If … Read more

Producing meat without the animal Tickets, Wed 24/02/2021 at 6:30 pm AEDT

Humans are currently eating more meat than our planet can afford. Raising animals for food is resource intensive. The rise in global meat consumption has dire consequences for human health, our agricultural industry, the environment, biodiversity, and animal welfare. Fortunately, there’s an effective way to solve this growing problem. Cellular agriculture is an emerging research … Read more

Bel Group backs plant-based innovation with Paris accelerator on the cards

BIV currently runs four accelerator programmes per year in New York and Singapore. But with Bel on board, the US-based venture fund says it hopes to open an accelerator in Paris in 2021.For Bel, backing the New Protein Fund aligns with its commitment to ‘enabling a better balance between plant and animal proteins in food’. … Read more

Let Your Cat Eat Mice! Our Cultured Mouse Cat Treat

We get why alternatives to traditional meat might be on your mind — COVID-19 is the result of humans raising animals for slaughter. Ditto SARS, MERS, Avian Flu, Swine Flu and many more. In short, large-scale confinement of animals poses a public health threat by increasing the potential of emerging zoonotic diseases. Now, more than … Read more