To date, no robust environmental assessments have been conducted to compare alternative seafood to its conventional counterparts. An open-access, quantitative analysis of the relative environmental impacts of alternative seafood will help garner support for the industry from policymakers, nonprofit organizations, consumers, investors, foodservice outlets, and retailers.
A variety of plant-based scaffolds present the opportunity to combine the natural nutritional and structural benefits of plants with the taste and high protein of cultivated meat. Bacterial nanocellulose from coconut water is a particularly promising scaffold material with its FDA approval status and beneficial nutritional and cell adhesion properties.
GFI's Dr. Liz Specht explains how eating meat made from microbes could stave off half the world’s deforestation — but at a certain point, the land-saving effect is diminished.
The Material Innovation Conference aims to advance the next-gen materials industry by providing vital expertise and bringing together all key players along the innovation path from concept to commercialization.
Join the Fermentation Trends & Opportunities —Current & Future Industry Outlook webinar to gain insight from industry experts on fermentation technologies and to meet the partners who are leading the way to advancing fermentation processing in Western Canada.