As an official observer in Codex meetings, GFI can now contribute to establishing an international regulatory framework for alternative protein production.
Five years after our founding, GFI is launching a new brand and website. Both enable us to triple-down on our commitment to a sustainable, secure, and just protein supply.
By helping us create better alternative protein products, pulses can also help build a sustainable global food system.
GFI’s 2021 Competitive Research Grant RFP is designed to catalyze whole-cut alt protein meat products—a critical step on the journey toward a safe and sustainable global food system.
GFI’s team of experts highlights eight top industry and product innovation trends in the alternative protein sector to watch for in 2021.
All around the world, 2020 was a remarkable year for alternative proteins.
To sustainably meet the growing global demand for seafood, we need to bring more alternative seafood products to market. That’s why GFI’s Sustainable Seafood Initiative is launching ATLAS: a tool designed to accelerate alternative seafood development and commercialization.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu became the first head of state to taste cultivated meat in a tasting event hosted by GFI Israel and Aleph Farms.
Alternative feed innovators could help the seafood industry sustainably grow by using their technology to produce alternative seafood products for human consumption.
The Singapore Food Agency (SFA), the lead agency for food-related matters in Singapore, has approved the sale of a cultivated meat product in the city-state.