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.
Minnesota legislators recently introduced the first-ever bipartisan legislation in support of alternative protein research funding—setting a path for others to follow.
GFI and a growing number of public, private, and civil society stakeholders are calling upon the U.S. federal government to make investing in the science of alt proteins a national priority.
Sensible and carefully considered regulation of cultivated seafood will be essential to creating a sustainable, secure, and just food system.
Breakthrough Energy policy playbook highlights alt proteins’ critical role in reaching net-zero emissions
GFI contributed policy priorities to Breakthrough Energy’s Federal Climate Policy Playbook and submitted a letter to Congress to support federal investment in alternative protein research.
As an official observer in Codex meetings, GFI can now contribute to establishing an international regulatory framework for alternative protein production.
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.