Cultivated meatballs developed by Swedish startup Re:meat

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Cultivated Meat

EXCLUSIVE – Re:meat Emerges From Stealth to Build Scandinavia’s First Cultivated Beef Plant

Sweden’s pioneering cultivated meat startup Re:meat aims to redefine the production of meat by leveraging the sustainability potential of cellular agriculture instead of changing consumers’ meat-eating habits. Re:meat spoke exclusively to vegconomist about its plans and developments, in the only international media piece (outside of Sweden) since the company emerged from stealth mode. Founded in 2022 by Jacob Schaldemose Peterson, Marie Gibbons, and Gittan Schiöld; Re:meat says its team combines experience in cell biology, bioprocess engineering, business management, innovation, go-to-market, B2B sales, politics, and large-scale capital investment projects to build Scandinavia’s first large-scale production of cultivated meat, starting with beef.  World’s first cultivated Swedish meatballs? The company claims to have developed the first-ever cultivated version of Swedish meatballs made using its patent-pending technology. According to …