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The first non-chicken cultivated meat product has recieved a "no questions" letter from the Israeli Ministry of Health.
In a landmark moment, Aleph Farms has made Europe’s first cultivated meat approval submission to Swiss regulators.
Andy Zynga outlines why protein diversification is an “urgent necessity” in today’s world and why it benefits both people and the planet.
A new report from Cambridge-based IDTechEx has identified the world’s top five cultured meat companies. Here, New Food outlines their efforts to produce ‘green’ and ethical meat products that could potentially revolutionise the food industry.
The company, which produces cultivated beef steaks, has also announced that it aims to reach the same net-zero emissions across its entire supply chain by 2030.
The debate over how cultured meat is labelled has raged since February when the U.S. Cattlemen's association submitted a petition to the USDA.