The January 15-17 San Francisco conference comprises three action-packed days of with influential leaders and rising stars in the plant-based and clean meat, eggs, and dairy industries, giving entrepreneurs ample opportunity to network and hone their fundraising skills.
Growing complex, whole-muscle products is one of the most notable technical challenges for the clean meat industry. This is a massive step forward.
GFI Director of Science and Technology David Welch took to the stage at The Good Food Conference 2018 to explain why plant-based meat is a big part of the solution to sustainably feeding 10 billion people by 2050 and why we've only scratched the surface of plant-based meat innovation.
Food tech company JUST is sweeping the "Best of" lists, earning accolades from food industry insiders, tech-types, and health-enthusiasts alike. Most notably, Food Dive has named JUST CEO and Co-Founder Josh Tetrick Josh Tetrick Executive of the Year in their 2018 awards.
DoubleUpDrive has selected GFI as one of 10 highly effective nonprofits to receive matching funds from their $1,140,000 campaign!! Powered by four data-driven philanthropists - who are also professional poker players - DoubleUpDrive is designed to catalyze giving to high impact organizations. As of right now, $128,820 of available matching funds has already been claimed! Run don't walk to DoubleUpDrive!
Today, Giving Tuesday, our dear friends Suzy and Jack Welch are challenging the GFI family with a 24-hour matching campaign to raise a total of $100,000 to take good food global.
Animal Charity Evaluators (ACE) names the Good Food Institute as one of the four most effective organizations working to create a better world for animals. GFI is powered entirely by the generosity philanthropy. ACE's thorough review and commendation of our work confirm that a gift to GFI is among the most effective and efficient ways to remove animals from industrial systems and create a sustainable future of food.
GFI Executive Director Bruce Friedrich breaks down why governments and research institutions should be as excited about plant-based and clean meat as venture capitalists and the private sector are. Maybe even more excited.