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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.
Some of Silicon Valley’s leading startups making meat from cells are abandoning the term ‘clean meat’ — here’s what to c...
Instead of using the label "clean meat," CEOs of several startups have opted for other language. The move is aimed at making it easier to collaborate with traditional meat companies and to more accurately represent real meat that's made from cells.
The founder of a top Silicon Valley startup got interrupted during a board meeting when he showed a slide of 5 new female hires, and it offers a lesso...
Heidi Roizen, a partner at top-notch Silicon Valley venture capital firm DFJ, asked Memphis Meats founder Uma Valeti to stop a presentation he was giving when he showed a slide of five new hires, all of whom were women.
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.
The US beef industry is looking to the federal government in its fight against cultured and plant-based meat startups. The USCA says that the USDA should define "meat" as a product derived from a slaughtered animal.
One of the world’s biggest meat companies just invested in a Bill Gates-backed startup that makes lab-grown meat
Along with Bill Gates and Cargill, Tyson Foods is betting on "chicken" and "beef" engineered from stem cells as an alternative to meat.
Lab-grown meat might be here within five years.
With companies like Soylent and Nootrobox growing rapidly, it's likely there will soon be some big changes to the way we eat and drink.