Writing for the World Economic Forum, GFI’s Caroline Bushnell explains how alternative proteins produced with fermentation offer tremendous opportunities for innovation, investment, and economic growth.
GFI asks the Biden administration to significantly invest in alternative protein research as part of the U.S. economic recovery plan. Learn more about the benefits of doing so.
GFI Israel is expanding its course on alternative proteins to three universities—a critical step to empowering the next generation of alternative protein researchers.
How do we feed 10 billion people by 2050? Fermentation provides a promising solution. That's why GFI held the first virtual Symposium on Fermentation, connecting experts and industry players to help make the future of fermentation a reality.
GFI’s Liz Specht explains why fermentation is such an efficient and powerful tool for producing alternative proteins.