New from GFI
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.
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.
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.
The GFI Innovation team has rolled out two new tools to help entrepreneurs locate opportunities and resources critical to building a good food company.
Dr. Sylvia Earle joined GFI Senior Scientist Dr. Liz Specht at the Good Food Conference for some real talk about why our oceans are so overfished and underloved and what we can do about it.
As meat grown without animals gets closer to market, the debate about what to call it continues. At this critical juncture, we explain the history of the name "clean meat" and how we're thinking about it in light of the results from our latest consumer research study.
Partners from leading international law firm McDermott Will & Emery joined this month's GFIdeas call to give all the plant-based and clean meat entrepreneurs in attendance a crash course in IP. Here's a taste of what we learned.