Plant-based meat is transforming the food industry from the insideMatt Ball
From Tyson and JBS to Cargill and Perdue, major meat companies and food manufacturers are investing in better forms of meat production.
Making our case at the Global Food ForumMatt Ball
At The Wall Street Journal's Global Food Forum, GFI director of policy Jessica Almy made the case for consumer choice and against government censorship of plant-based food labels.
Are you lovin’ it? McDonald’s to test Beyond in Canada.Matt Ball
On Monday, September 30, the Beyond Meat burger goes on sale for a 12-week trial in Toronto and surrounding communities in southwest Ontario.
Meat giant Marfrig and ADM partner to bring plant-based meat to BrazilMatt Ball
Meat giant Marfrig and the agricultural powerhouse ADM are partnering to bring plant-based meat to Brazil, helping meet growing international demand.
Closer to your table—USDA and FDA reach cell-based meat milestoneMatt Ball
Following up on their joint statement from last year, the FDA and USDA have released a Formal Announcement spelling out their joint oversight of cell-based meat and poultry production in the United States.
Why censoring the word “milk” is udderly ridiculousMatt Ball
Plant-based milks now command 13% of the retail market, so cow's milk producers are calling for censorship of terms like "almond milk." GFI's policy team defends plant-based milk in our official filing with the FDA.
7 clean meat companies join GFI to file official comment with FDA/USDAMatt Ball
Together with Avant Meats, BlueNalu, Finless Foods, Mosa Meat, New Age Meats, Seafuture, and SuperMeat, we lay out the need for clear and fair regulatory structures clean (aka cell-based) meat.
GFI helps make the case for plant-based and clean meat at UN Climate ConferenceMatt Ball
The way we currently produce meat causes more climate change than the emissions from every single plane, train, and automobile. And yet changing meat production is too infrequently mentioned in discussions of how to mitigate climate change.
GFI applauds joint statement from USDA & FDA on cell-based meat regulationMatt Ball
Mark the date: November 16, 2018 was the day that clean/cell-based meat's path to market became much clearer in the United States. On that day, the FDA and USDA announced details of how they will oversee clean/cell-based meat from cows, pigs, chickens, and turkeys.