SavorEat, an Israeli producer of meat alternatives that recreate the experience, taste and texture of meat through the use of a “revolutionary chef robot” and proprietary 3D printing technology, has raised NIS 42.6 million – about $13 million. The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange has valued the company at $51.2 million
The retail cosmetics company Lush, whose beauty products are mostly vegan, introduced the Lush Award in 2012 to support non-animal toxicology testing. This year, for the first time in its history, three of the nine winners are working on big data projects to analyse toxicity, with the aim of replacing animal testing.
Biodesign company Geltor, Inc. announces the addition to its Board of Directors a Dr. Douglas Cameron, Previously Director of Biotechnology and Chief Scientist at Cargill. Despite the Cargill connection, the company states that Dr Cameron has been producing “animal-free protein ingredients” since 2015.
Moolec Science is working on developing meat substitutes through “molecular farming” — the use of plant cells to produce large quantities of a substance from proteins. Previously, this technology was mostly used in the pharmaceutical industry. But after Moolec’s founders saw that it had other applications, the company was born.
The Protein Brewery, a developer of sustainable, fermented proteins, announces a €22M Series A investment round led by Novo Growth. Referring to themselves as “masters in brewing proteins”, the Dutch scientists focus on integrating animal-free proteins to feed a growing world population while caring for the health of our future planet.
Meat-Tech 3D Ltd. (TASE: MEAT), a developer of industrial-scale cultivated meat production technologies based on advanced 3D bioprinting, today announces that it has closed a fundraising round of $7 million. Yesterday we reported that the company, already publicly listed in Israel, has filed for IPO in the USA.
Aleph Farms, the Israel-based leader in growing steak directly from non-GMO animal cells, launches its ‘Aleph Zero’ program focused on cultivating meat for space exploration, enabling “human life to become multiplanetary and unconditional nutrition to be available to all” and building resilience for food security on Earth and beyond.
MeaTech 3D Ltd, a developer of industrial-scale cultivated meat production technologies based on advanced 3D bioprinting, announces it has made an initial €1M investment in Belgian cultured fat startup Peace of Meat, as part of a planned full acquisition. Peace of Meat has developed a unique, proprietary, stem-cell-based technology to produce animal fats, such as those from cattle, chicken or geese without harming any animals. In 2020 POM was awarded …