Juicy Marbles is currently the only company that currently offers a vegan filet mignon on the market. These juicy, well-marbled tenderloins are made from soy and wheat protein, unsaturated sunflower seed oil, beetroot coloring, and natural flavors. Watch the seductive sizzle below. Continue reading Watch A Vegan Cook & Eat Filet Mignon of the Future
After rising success in the field of cultivated meat, BioMeat and the Volcani Center have collaborated to develop cultivated fish that will change the future of seafood. The two companies will work specifically on creating cultured tilapia. BioMeat Foodtech, a company specializing in investments in cultured meat and meat alternatives, has announced the formation of E-FISHient Protein, a joint venture with the Volcani Center, an … Continue reading Meet E-FISHient: A Promising Startup in the Cultivated Seafood Field
IFF-DuPont, an International food conglomerate, is teaming up with Israel-based food tech start-up SimpliiGood (by Algaecore Technologies LTD) to create a plant-based smoked salmon analog made from a single ingredient: whole fresh spirulina. The spirulina will be grown in the desert under controlled, ideal conditions, as depicted above. This particular type of blue-green algae is fast-growing, contains important nutrients (like iron, B-12, and protein), and captures … Continue reading Smoked Salmon To Be Made From Fresh Spirulina
While we can’t snap our fingers and procure a steak from thin air, this is as close as we’ve been to doing something so futuristic and outlandish. Air Protein is a California-based food tech start-up that captures carbon from the air to turn it into protein (news from Plant Based News). The company was inspired by NASA research in the 1970s that focused on novel … Continue reading Yes, Protein Can Be Made From Thin Air
SuperMeat is a cultivated meat start-up based in Israel that is focused on producing chicken as its first product. The company recently conducted a test to see if consumers would choose to buy cultivated meat over traditional meat when given the choice. As cultivated meat comes closer to reaching the market, studying consumer acceptance of this product becomes increasingly more important. Watch the video below … Continue reading Do Consumers Choose Cultivated or Traditional Meat When Given the Choice?
Eating a steak that was sourced from a tiger sounds exotic, taboo, and highly illegal (because it is). Would you try a tiger steak if it didn’t involve any slaughter? A start-up based in New York called Primeval Foods wants to offer exactly that. The company uses cultivated meat production methods to create meat analogs from wild animals, without slaughtering them. Here’s what the company … Continue reading Would You Order a Lab-Grown Tiger Steak at a Restaurant?
Aleph Farms, a cultivated meat start-up based in Israel, shared that it will be sending cultivated meat cells into space tomorrow with the SpaceX crew. The Axiom-1 mission is a private spaceflight to the International Space Station, and the crew will be conducting several experiments onboard. One of these experiments is testing the effects of microgravity on the formation of cell-based muscle tissue that has … Continue reading Tomorrow, Aleph Farms is Sending Cultivated Meat Cells on SpaceX Mission
May we be so bold to say that Meati’s chicken cutlet made from mycelium (the root-like structure of mushrooms) is the best vegan meat alternative we’ve ever tried? The chicken alternative is simply made from mycelium, salt, and less than 2 percent natural flavor and acacia gum. Don’t let the simple, and short list of ingredients fool you – this vegan cut tastes, smells, and … Continue reading We Tried Meati’s Mycelium-Based Chicken Cutlet
The future of food is upon us, and news in this space arises at lightning speed. It can be tricky to keep up with new products and emerging trends, and this is why we created a weekly round-up sharing a few important things you might have missed this week. Evo Foods unveiled a heat stable, vegan boiled egg made from a base of mung bean. … Continue reading Future Food Round-Up: Hemp News, Vegan Eggs, & Cultivated Chicken
New York-based Bosque Foods (formerly Kinoko Labs) is raising the bar on meat alternatives with its cutting-edge fermentation techniques and use of mycelium. The company has plans to expand its laboratory operations to Germany, where they recently showcased their chicken and pork filets at a private tasting at the ProVeg Incubator in Berlin. Food tech investors such as Purple Orange Ventures, Unovis, Astanor Ventures, Food … Continue reading Alt-Pork Bao Buns & Alt-Chicken Fillets from Bosque Foods