The Institute of Chemical Technology Mumbai and GFI India are partnering to set up the world's first government research center for the development of clean meat.
GFI's Inaugural Competitive Research Grant Program will fund open-access research worldwide.
Cultivated meat companies have drawn tens of millions of dollars in investment in recent years, but technical hurdles remain. GFI's Competitive Research Grant program works to overcome those hurdles.
Following GFI's collaborations with Stanford and Berkeley to establish courses on slaughter-free meats, we're making this learning opportunity available to anyone and everyone.
Another massive international study has documented the many harms of our current way of producing meat. We have a solution.
This research is essential and exciting to ingredient companies, plant-based meat manufacturers, and anyone who wants to eat better pea-based products.
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.