California budget bill signed on June 30th will direct $5 million over the next year to advance alternative protein research at three University of California campuses.
A fair and sensible regulatory framework is necessary to bring cultivated meat and poultry to market and prevent consumer confusion.
Alternative proteins are critical to a biologically diverse, net-zero emissions world. Additional funding can help us deploy this powerful decarbonization tool.
As cultivated meat moves closer to market globally, many countries are actively establishing regulatory approval pathways.
A strong global regulatory framework is critical to maximize alternative proteins' potential to improve food security, mitigate environmental degradation, and alleviate global poverty.