Join GFI and the FDA for a seminar on how to navigate the agency's pre-market food ingredient evaluation programs, including the generally recognized as safe (GRAS) Notification Program, and the food and color additive petition programs.
Register for the nation's first student-led alternative proteins conference, hosted by the Duke Alt Protein Project and the Chapel Hill Alt Protein Project on April 14 at Duke University!
GFI's Bruce Friedrich celebrates FDA's greenlight of GOOD Meat's cultivated chicken.
GFI experts respond to FDAs “no questions” letter issued to GOOD Meat, marking the first time a cultivated meat product has received regulatory approval on multiple continents.
In 2022, GFI expanded our global student movement to 36 total universities, influenced the Israeli and UK governments to declare alternative proteins an R&D priority, and collaborated with the government of Singapore to serve cultivated meat at COP27.