Acceptance of Cultured Meat in Germany— Application of an Extended Theory of Planned Behaviour

This study examines the willingness to consume a cultured meat burger in Germany. Based on the theory of planned behaviour (TPB), we assessed attitudes, perceived behavioural control, and subjective norms via an online questionnaire. Attitudes were operationalized in this research as general attitudes towards cultured meat and specific attitudes towards a cultured meat burger. Source: … Read more

FORMO – Food Scientist – Berlin, Germany

We look for a passionate (Senior) Food Scientist (m/f/x) with scientific experience in cheese, dairy, or milk protein technology and a hands-on mindset to develop and take novel food products from the concept to laboratory to market. You will be responsible for analytical and experimental work to integrate our ingredients into new prototypes and products. … Read more

Bluu Biosciences raises cash to become Europe’s first purveyor of lab-grown salmon, trout and carp

Bluu Biosciences has raised €7 million in a round of financing from investors including Manta Ray Ventures, Norrsken VC, Be8, CPT Capital and Lever VC to compete with a host of startups like BluNalu, Wild Type and Shiok Meats in a bid to market with a lab-grown fish replacement. The company is picking up speed … Read more

European Markets for Cultured Meat: A Comparison of Germany and France

Substantial markets for cultured meat exist in both countries, although German consumers are significantly more open to the concept than the French. Strikingly, cultured meat acceptance is significantly higher amongst agricultural and meat workers, indicating that those who are closest to existing meat production methods are most likely to prefer alternatives. We found some evidence … Read more