GFI submits public comments to policymakers in order to advance alternative proteins strategically and with integrity.
Multi-member letter to Chair David Scott calling for alternative protein research funding in the reconciliation bill
Rep. Julia Brownley and House Agriculture Committee Member Rep. Jim McGovern led a letter signed by 44 of their colleagues asking House Agriculture Committee Chair David Scott to include $200 million for alternative protein research at USDA’s Agricultural Research Service in the budget reconciliation package.
Letter to Congress advocating alternative protein R&D funding
In March 2021, The Good Food Institute, along with 60 nonprofits, trade associations, and companies, asked Congress to fund alternative protein research and development in the FY22 budget for the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the National Science Foundation.