Nestlé Research scientists in Lausanne are working with Israeli startup Future Meat Technologies, a leading cultured meat startup. Getty Images Nestlé has joined the growing list of firms looking into cultured meat production.
The company is exploring new partnerships and emerging projects in non-GMO lab-grown meat.
Future Meat Technologies produces non-GMO cultured meat components from animal cells.
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Nestlé is exploring alternatives offered by the emerging lab-cultured meat market, according to an official company statement.The Swiss giant has been working on alternative meat products that would combine cultured meat with plant-based ingredients.To understand the potential of future meat alternatives, Nestlé is gauging scientific trends or innovative methodologies that make it possible to create artificial meat, such as cell fermentation or 3D printing.”These novel technologies can lead to more environmentally friendly products,” the company said.Nestlé Research scientists in Lausanne are working with Israeli startup Future Meat Technologies, a leading cultured meat startup.Its patented technology is innovative and cost-effective, providing the opportunity to produce non-GMO cultured meat components from animal cells.Future Meat Technologies has successfully tackled and overcome its main challenge, which was to reduce costs.100 grams of its lab-grown chicken has dropped to $4, a price it plans to halve by the end of 2022.The startup wants to […]
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