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GFI’s insights and resources are sought and featured in leading global and national media outlets, enabling us to grow public support and political will for alternative proteins.
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.
Bruce talks about how alternative meats could mitigate climate change and help prevent the next pandemic, and he responds to criticisms of corporate greenwashing.
Good Food Institute calls on Virginia’s governor to reject unconstitutional “milk” label censorship bill
In a press release calling on Virginia's governor to veto a milk label censorship bill, Emily notes that, “in addition to being unconstitutional, this bill is redundant and unnecessary,” creating undo communication barriers between companies and consumers.
Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat made fake burgers cool. These startups want to do the same for fake fish
Impossible and Beyond Meat succeeded in garnering consumer interest in plant-based meats, especially amongst a growing base of flexitarians. Now a new crop of startups is focused on doing the same for plant-based seafood.
Big name companies like Bumble Bee, Nestle, and Tyson are joining the wave of startups vying for a portion of the growing plant-based seafood market. Jen Lamy discusses what these established companies have to gain from getting involved in this space.
GFI’s Jen Lamy discusses exciting innovations from alternative protein seafood startups, the many benefits offered by both plant-based and cultivated seafood products, and some of the challenges faced in bringing the alt protein seafood industry to par with the alt protein meat industry.