The United States government has a long history of solving problems and creating entire fields. Now, the government must support better ways of making meat.
Bruce Friedrich explains why the federal government should fund open-access research into plant-based and cultivated meat and incentivize private-sector research in order to meet President Biden's goal of net-zero emissions.
GFI’s Bruce Friedrich argues that governments should invest in alternative proteins to achieve their climate goals.
Learn why combining plant-based and cultivated meat could be the key to making cultivated meat affordable more quickly.
Restaurant-goers in Singapore will soon get the chance to eat chicken nuggets grown in bioreactors.
Planet Friendly News celebrates Biden’s recognition of the climate crisis and is hopeful that he will focus on better food production, including investing in alternative proteins, to address the crisis.
The fast food giant’s shift toward plant-based meat could have major implications for the growing sector. GFI's Zak Weston explains.
Los Angeles Times hypothesizes that because the Singaporean government has already developed regulations for cultivated meat, companies may be encouraged to debut their products in Singapore.
Vox covers Tofurky’s lawsuit challenging Louisiana’s label censorship law. Represented by GFI and the Animal Legal Defense Fund, Tofurky asserts that Louisiana’s law violates its First Amendment rights.