USDA and FDA held a joint public meeting on to advance the conversation around clean meat regulation. GFI advocated firmly for a fair regulatory path to market under the existing regulatory structures. Our friends at JUST, Finless Foods, BlueNalu, UPSIDE Foods, and many others joined the conversation as well.
We weigh in on FDA's initiative to review its regulatory approach to nutrition and improve standards of identity, labeling claims, and ingredient information in the 21st Century.
We partnered with BlueNalu, Mosa Meat, Seafuture, and SuperMeat to share our thoughts on clean meat regulation with the FDA.
Food innovation is entering a new era. FDA approval should too.
The Good Food Institute supports a clear and efficient pathway to market for clean meat. Regulators have an important role to play in encouraging innovation and ensuring consumer safety and confidence. The Good Food Institute and the companies in this space stand ready to work with whichever regulatory agency ultimately regulates clean meat.
GFI's new poll shows the courts are right - consumers buying soymilk and almond milk are not confused. They know what they are buying.
GFI's Director of Policy Jessica Almy, Esq. submitted a letter to the FDA commissioner, in which she references GFI's 2017 Petition to Recognize the Use of Well-Established Common and Usual Compound Nomenclatures for Food.
GFI attended the FDA's public meeting on foods produced using animal cell culture technology on July 12th. Speakers presented a strong case for the FDA's ability to regulate clean meat. Policy Director Jessica Almy gave remarks during the public comment section.