Cultured Meat

Meat has been an integral part of our culture since the dawn of humanity. We crave meat, celebrate it, but its production is becoming unsustainable. Animal agriculture utilises over 80% of the world’s habitable land, 30% of our freshwater supply, and is a major driver for deforestation. Growing population and dietary changes are predicted to lead to scarcity and escalating prices.

Cultured Meat Technologies meets this challenge by advancing a cost-effective solution for cellular agriculture, that is scalable and sustainable by design. Cultured Meat is animal-free meat does not compromise on nutritional value, aroma or flavour.

Cultured Meat groundbreaking process starts with GMO-free animal cells that grow indefinitely without animal-derived components.

To make cultivated meat, scientists extract muscle stem cells (called “myosatellite” cells) from an animal and grow them in a medium (a highly processed raw calorie source) to produce muscle tissue in a laboratory setting. Next, the tissue is fed, multiplied, shaped, and structured using bioreactors to become what we might recognize as a burger or meat product.