Meatable today announced that it is one of the founding partners of Cellular Agriculture Europe*. This newly established association brings together producers of cultivated meat, seafood, ingredients, and products with stakeholders, to find common ground and speak with a shared voice for the good of the industry, consumers, and regulators. Cellular Agriculture Europe held its first General Assembly** meeting this week.
Krijn de Nood, CEO and Co-founder of Meatable: “We are excited to be one of the founding members of this important initiative. With Meatable, we are pioneering the new natural: a new way to create meat without harming animals, people or the planet. Delivering, at scale, cultivated meat that looks like, tastes like, and has the nutritional profile of traditional meat that Europeans, and people all around the world, love. With Cellular Agriculture Europe we believe to be part of a powerful tool that will help create a healthier and greener food system in Europe.”
*Cellular Agriculture Europe is committed to playing its part in building a more resilient and sustainable future. We are entrepreneurs, innovators, and food lovers who are guided by the core values of transparency, integrity, sustainability, and respect as we use technology to help Europe tackle the biggest challenges facing our food systems today.
**The General Assembly comprises 13 member companies: Aleph Farms, Bluu Biosciences, Cubiq Foods, Future Meat, Gourmey, Higher Steaks, Ivy Farm, Meatable, Mirai Foods, Mosa Meat, Peace of Meat, SuperMeat, Vital Meat.
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