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The startup behind the first lab-grown pork links let us see how their sausage gets made — and said it slashed the cost from $2,500 to $216 in a...

New Age Meats, a Silicon Valley company funded by biotech startup hub IndieBio, let us taste the world's first cell-based pork sausage made without killing any animals in September. Since then, they've slashed production costs by 12x.

‘Cat parents think it’s cool’: A Peter Thiel-backed startup pursuing mouse meat for dogs has begun selling its first products

Wild Earth began selling its first products — vegan dog treats made with koji, a type of fungus similar to mushrooms — on Monday. The company's CEO said they plan to eventually sell pet food made from mouse cells, also known as cell-based or lab-grown meat.

We tasted the first lab-grown sausage made without slaughtering any animals — here’s what it was like

New Age Meats, a Silicon Valley company funded by startup hub IndieBio, offered us a taste of the world's first pork sausage made without a farm. The cultured, or cell-based, meat is made from real pig cells.

The world’s largest pet food manufacturer is backing a controversial startup pursuing lab-grown mouse meat

An animal-free pet food startup called Wild Earth recently scored $450,000 from Peter Thiel. The company's current products are made with koji, a type of fungus, but Wild Earth has plans to make pet food from cultured mouse meat. Other startups aren't pleased.

The startup behind the Bill Gates-backed veggie burger that ‘bleeds’ is part of a transition to animal-free meat — here are the othe...

Tasty veggie burgers aren't enough for these companies, who want meat that tastes like the real thing — or is the real thing — without the health concerns or environmental footprint of traditional farming. These startups are using plants to make burgers that "bleed" or coaxing cells into real flesh.

A 23-year-old dropped out of college to make meatless burgers using fungus — and got $100,000 from Peter Thiel

Kimberlie Le dropped out of UC Berkeley to found Terramino Foods, a startup that aims to create the world's first fish-less "salmon" burgers. Their "seafood" is all plant-based and aims to reduce the waste and environmental footprint of eating fish.