Is 3D printing part of the future for meat alternatives?

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A new report shows how some companies and academic research labs are applying extrusion, 3D printing and cellular agriculture to produce meat alternatives. alternative protein Food & Agriculture Food & Agriculture Technology

Foodtech Startups Raise $20 Billion In 2019, Led By Meat Alternatives And Indoor Agriculture

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The foodtech and agtech (agri-foodtech) startup industry raised nearly $20 billion in 2019, a 250% increase over five years, according to a new report from venture capital firm AgFunder

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Is 3D printing part of the future for meat alternatives?

AGreenLiving

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Impossible pork and food from thin air join the latest meat substitute innovations

Business Green

Plant-based meat alternatives continue to grow in popularity, driving innovation from California to Finland

Impossible Foods debuts plant-based pork at CES

AGreenLiving

But in many cultures, the most popular and familiar and common dishes use pork as the main source of meat. Business Eco Green eat & drink innovation meat alternative meatless noreferrer-noopener plant-based food vegan vegetarian yogaImpossible Foods has unveiled its newest meatless product, Impossible Pork. The Silicon Valley-based company continues to break ground since launching the Impossible Burger in 2016 to help minimize the use of animals as a food source.

Costco is now selling Beyond Burgers in bulk

Inhabitat - Innovation

Plant-based meat alternatives are accelerating in growth, thanks to the competition between Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods. Aficionados of plant-based Beyond Burgers, can now rejoice – the Costco warehouse club store chain will soon be selling them in bulk. The rollout begins in Florida, New York and Texas, followed afterwards by Arizona, California, Colorado, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Virginia and more, with eight-patty packs to sell at around $15 before taxes.

Tesco targets major plant-based meat sales growth in UK first

Business Green

UK retailer raises the steaks with major plan to scale up vegan and vegetarian alternatives across its stores over the next five years.

Episode 239: Wildfires and resilience, California's car ban

GreenBiz

Missing ingredients: How to accelerate the meat alternatives revolution. Episode 239: Wildfires and resilience, California's car ban. Heather Clancy. Fri, 10/02/2020 - 02:00. Week in Review. Stories discussed this week (5:15). 5 things to know about California’s gas car sales ban.

How alt-protein companies Impossible Foods, Memphis Meats hope to reshape diets

GreenBiz

How alt-protein companies Impossible Foods, Memphis Meats hope to reshape diets. An alternative to that consumption could exist. Alternative proteins, that is. Alternative proteins, which have gained more mainstream attention in U.S. Alternative Protein.

Applying science and healthcare principles to soil wellness can help our planet

GreenBiz

Alternatively, farmers can use a method called the Haney test to evaluate soil health indicators such as soil respiration and water-soluble organic carbon. The report shows that the largest year-over-year growth in funding was for downstream innovations such as meat alternatives, indoor farming and robotic food delivery. Applying science and healthcare principles to soil wellness can help our planet. Poornima Param…. Thu, 08/27/2020 - 01:00.

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Plant balls: IKEA to rollout vegan meatballs across UK stores

Business Green

Swedish retailer claims plant-based alternative to its popular meatballs come with just four per cent of the climate footprint. IKEA is to begin offering a plant-based alternative to its popular meatballs across its UK stores from next month, in a bid to "make it as easy, accessible and affordable as possible to enable more sustainable choices" among its customers, the company announced yesterday.

20 must-read books about food systems

GreenBiz

Plucked" makes it clear that food choices matter and show how consumers’ desire for meat, especially chicken, has affected human health. Although she argues that the planet is in danger, she also provides a variety of everyday actions, such as decreasing meat consumption, that consumers can take to make a difference. 20 must-read books about food systems. Danielle Nierenberg. Fri, 07/10/2020 - 00:50.

McPlant: McDonalds touts plans for plant-based burger

Business Green

Fast food giant becomes latest major brand to embrace alternative meat market with plans to introduce new plant-based burger. However, the company stressed that it would continue to promote its existing meat-based lines, as the coronavirus pandemic drives demand for "comfort food".

Plant-based foods are booming, but we need sustainable meat, too.

EDF + Business

The statistics on plant-based proteins are eye opening: Beyond Meat’s shares have more than tripled in value since its IPO in May, Impossible Foods can now be found in about 10,000 restaurants, and the market for meat substitutes is expected to reach $2.5 In fact, dollar sales of plant-based products are growing double digits across the country, and you can now find meat alternatives in Burger King, White Castle and Carl’s Jr, among other chains.

Plant-based foods are booming, but we need sustainable meat, too.

EDF + Business

The statistics on plant-based proteins are eye opening: Beyond Meat’s shares have more than tripled in value since its IPO in May, Impossible Foods can now be found in about 10,000 restaurants, and the market for meat substitutes is expected to reach $2.5 In fact, dollar sales of plant-based products are growing double digits across the country, and you can now find meat alternatives in Burger King, White Castle and Carl’s Jr, among other chains. By Ame Igharo.

What do Americans think about fake meat products?

AGreenLiving

When it comes to raising animals for meat, the stakes are even higher. The rise of fake meat With all of this in mind, it’s no wonder that food scientists have been investing copious research and development time, money and energy into finding meat alternatives. Some have already been around for decades, while new alternatives are consistently hitting the market. Why are people trying fake meat?

'Investors are watching closely': How Covid-19 is accelerating the plant based 'meat' trend

Business Green

As the pandemic exposes risk in meat supply chains, investors and retailers are turning in droves to alternative proteins, research suggests. The global alternative protein market is expected to grow to $17.9bn by 2025.

Episode 239: Wildfires and resilience, California’s car ban

AGreenLiving

5 things to know about California’s gas car sales ban Cities should track emissions from the goods they import Missing ingredients: How to accelerate the meat alternatives revolution Features Riffing on transportation trends (11:30) What’s the buzz in the work of fleet management? Episode 239: Wildfires and resilience, California’s car ban Heather Clancy Fri, 10/02/2020 – 02:00 Week in Review Stories discussed this week (5:15).

Episode 239: Wildfires and resilience, California’s car ban

AGreenLiving

5 things to know about California’s gas car sales ban Cities should track emissions from the goods they import Missing ingredients: How to accelerate the meat alternatives revolution Features Riffing on transportation trends (11:30) What’s the buzz in the work of fleet management? Episode 239: Wildfires and resilience, California’s car ban Heather Clancy Fri, 10/02/2020 – 02:00 Week in Review Stories discussed this week (5:15).

Climate-friendly diet study suggests three burgers a week guideline

Business Green

New Greenpeace backed report makes case for cutting average European meat consumption by over two thirds. Citizens of EU countries should aim to slash their meat consumption by more than two thirds over the next decade, according to a new analysis from Greenpeace. In an effort to limit the environmental impact of livestock farming and "meat and dairy overconsumption", the campaign group suggests meat eating should be limited to 460g per week by 2030, down by 71 per cent.

Can animal-based agriculture ever be truly sustainable?

Business Green

In sustainability discussions of the intersection between retail and agriculture, much of the recent focus has been on the development of innovative new products, particularly plant-based meat alternatives.

How one company is planning to Redefine Meat

AGreenLiving

Meat alternatives taste so good these days, you can even get them at restaurants and fast food chains. One company is hoping to Redefine Meat…and it may just succeed. The huge cattle farms, slaughterhouses and related meat industry businesses create big problems for our planet.

Carbon-negative snack company AKUA offers kelp jerky and pasta

AGreenLiving

That made me think, ‘Wow, what if we could create a line of meat alternative products from one of the most sustainable sources of food on the planet?’ In fact, today, Kelp Jerky is the world’s first meat alternative snack made from ocean-farmed seagreens and the only high-protein, soy-free vegan jerky in the market,” explained Myers. Amidst the growing awareness about our planet’s climate crisis , there is now a burgeoning need for more sustainable food resources.

A plant-based recovery? The Vegetarian Butcher's Hugo Verkuil on shifting diets during a pandemic

Business Green

Chief executive of the Vegetarian Butcher sits down with BusinessGreen to discuss the current vegan food frenzy and how to market plant-based products to meat-lovers. And just this month the world's first lab grown meat product was certified for sale in Singapore.

Investors are betting billions on carbontech. Will it pay off?

Grist

Analysts say the market for plant-based protein and meat alternatives could balloon to $85 billion by 2030. Technologies that capture, reuse, or lock away carbon dioxide have long seemed more like science fiction than viable ventures: Buildings that trap waste gases in their concrete bricks. Meatless burgers and fruits and vegetables enriched with captured carbon.

The resurgence of product CO2 labelling

Business Green

Late last year, Quorn, the world's biggest meat alternative brand, started putting 'farm to shop' carbon footprint data on packs of its top selling 30 products. Amid growing corporate interest, Hugh Jones of the Carbon Trust considers the history and future for product carbon footprinting. This was no quiet testing of the waters - it was supported by a significant marketing campaign featuring TV advertising centred around the food's carbon and climate impact.

SDG14: How to develop a cleaner ocean strategy

Business Green

Similarly, the fledgling 'fake meat' alternative protein sector - as well as the fast expandingf aquaculture industry - could yet play a crucial role in curbing over-fishing. From nurturing ocean carbon sinks to encouraging marine clean tech, there are steps all businesses can take to accelerate progress towards SDG14. Billions of people depend on the oceans for their food and livelihoods, but progress towards SDG14 remains stubbornly stuck in the slow lane.

Applying science and healthcare principles to soil wellness can help our planet

AGreenLiving

Alternatively, farmers can use a method called the Haney test to evaluate soil health indicators such as soil respiration and water-soluble organic carbon. The report shows that the largest year-over-year growth in funding was for downstream innovations such as meat alternatives, indoor farming and robotic food delivery.

'Farming is going to have to change': NFU President Minette Batters on net zero, changing diets, and Brexit

Business Green

The NFU remains resolute that UK farmers do not need to reduce meat and crop production in order to decarbonise, arguing that a combination of more efficient farming methods and livestock production, as well as technology and biocrops, offers a credible solution. And if British consumers opt to eat less meat and dairy, British farmers should then export their high quality produce elsewhere, rather than cut production. Meat alternatives and plant-based proteins.

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20 must-read books about food systems

AGreenLiving

“Plucked” makes it clear that food choices matter and show how consumers’ desire for meat, especially chicken, has affected human health. Although she argues that the planet is in danger, she also provides a variety of everyday actions, such as decreasing meat consumption, that consumers can take to make a difference.

Global briefing: Tesla suspends Fremont factory production as global pandemic escalates

Business Green

The meat-free burger pioneer has now raised over $1.3bn over eight years, as it has carved out a leading position in the boomingmarket for plant-based meat alternatives. Plus all the top key green business news from around the world. Tesla takes decision to 'temporarily suspend production' at California site. Tesla yesterday issued a statement confirming it has decided to temporarily suspend production at its factory in Fremont, California, from March 23.

3D-Printed Steak That You Can Eat

CleanTechnica

It was 3 something in the morning and I couldn’t sleep, so I scrolled through Twitter and saw this tweet about 3D-printed meat. Agriculture Health Science 3D printed steak 3d printing fake meat meat alternatives Novameat plant based meatsDid you know that there is a 3D printed steak that you can eat?