GFI joins Representatives DeLauro and Clark in celebrating USDA funding of the first-ever National Institute for Cellular Agriculture at Tufts University
GFI joins Representatives Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) and Katherine Clark (D-MA) in celebrating the USDA’s investment in the creation of the National Institute for Cellular Agriculture: the U.S.’ first-ever government supported cultivated protein research center of excellence.
Scientists awarded $5 million to boost research into alternative meats — a powerful and scalable climate solution
Despite booming commercial interest in alternative meat and the huge climate mitigation potential it offers, funding for academic research lags; GFI’s grant program is designed to address this shortfall and key scientific bottlenecks.
Hybrid plant-based and cultivated meat product from Nestlé could be “transformative” in the race to recreate meat, says GFI founder and president
GFI Founder and President Bruce Friedrich says that Nestlé S.A.’s work to bring a hybrid plant-based and cultivated meat product to market could be transformative for the alternative protein industry and the global food system.
Sen. Ruud and Rep. Wolgamott Introduce First-Ever Bipartisan Legislation to Support Alternative Proteins
World’s first bipartisan legislation introduced in Minnesota to support alternative proteins.
As Eat Just and foodpanda partner to deliver cultivated chicken directly to Singapore consumers, GFI calls for public investment to spur innovation and bring even more products to the masses.
New data from PBFA and GFI shows plant-based meat, dairy, and eggs outpace conventional animal product sales for the third consecutive year.
2020 was a record-breaking year for alternative protein investments globally, with more capital raised during this period than in any single year in the industry’s history.
New studies further the case for cultivated meat over conventional meat in the race to net-zero emissions
A first-of-a-kind life cycle assessment and techno-economic assessment conducted by independent research firm CE Delft further the case for cultivated meat over conventional meat in the race to net-zero emissions.
Beyond Meat’s strategic global agreements with McDonald’s and Yum! Brands are the “clearest sign yet that the future of meat will be plant-based”
Beyond Meat’s strategic global agreements with McDonald’s and Yum! Brands mark a new chapter for plant-based meat and are the clearest sign yet that the future of meat will be plant-based.
Assembly member Kalra introduces bill to help smaller farms transition to sustainable, plant-based agriculture
AB 1289 will help increase agricultural revenue and make California a leader in supplying and processing plant-based foods.