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Veg.edible Breaks New Ground in Omaha as City’s First Kosher Vegan Eatery

Veg.edible, which opened its doors at the end of last year, has now been officially certified as the first kosher vegan restaurant in Omaha, Nebraska. Under the supervision of Rabbi Mordechai Geiger and Rav Tal, Veg.edible has obtained Kashrut, ensuring adherence to Jewish dietary laws. Founded by Stacie Van Cleave and Matt Hyde, Veg.Edible aims to provide a quick and casual dining experience that caters to a variety of dietary preferences and restrictions, including vegan, gluten-free, and nut-free options. All dishes are free from animal products and by-products, including meat, dairy, lactose, and gelatin. Ingredients such as sugar are sourced without the use of bone char. Growing demand for kosher vegan options The demand for alternative protein sources is growing among consumers, including those who …


SuperMeat's chicken cell line process meets Kosher meat Mehadrin standards

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SuperMeat’s Cultivated Chicken Receives Kosher Certification, Making Sustainable Proteins Accessible to Millions

Israeli startup SuperMeat announces that OU Kosher, the world’s largest kosher certification agency, has determined that its chicken cell line process meets Kosher meat Mehadrin standards — which are said to be the most stringent level of kosher supervision. This approval of SuperMeat’s cultivated chicken signifies a pivotal moment for developing novel foods and indicates a broad consensus among Jewish religious factions for the first time, explains SuperMeat. Furthermore, a Kosher certification provides access to sustainable meat for individuals worldwide who abide by religious dietary and food safety guidelines, and it opens the door for other certifications, such as Halal.   According to Co-founder and Executive Director of Agronomics, Jim Mellon: “This development opens up a considerable global market opportunity, with an estimated $11bn a year being spent …


Aleph Farms' commercial cultivated beef steak prototype

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Cultivated Meat

Aleph Farms Expands Production Capacity in Israel and Singapore for Cultivated Beef Steaks

Aleph Farms, which claims to be the first company to grow cultivated meat from non-modified cells, has announced strategic manufacturing agreements that will allow the company to scale and further commercialize its cultivated beef steaks in Israel and Singapore. “Israel and Singapore are the first two markets where we intend to launch our cultivated thin-cut steak. Building up production capacity quickly in those locations while keeping capital investment lean provides a clear roadmap to scalability,” said Didier Toubia, CEO and co-founder of Aleph Farms. Both countries are motivated by similar concerns around sustainability, food security, and animal welfare and have been actively fomenting the development and growth of their alt protein industry. Producing in Israel Aleph Farms has announced acquiring a manufacturing facility in Modi’in, Israel, …