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Transforming our food system with cultured meat: the latest developments and future perspectives

Alternative proteins can enhance food security – a topic that’s more relevant than ever in the light of COVID-19. Cultured products, which are animal products produced from cellular cultures rather than directly from animals, aim to resemble conventional meat, eggs, and dairy in terms of taste and structure, while offering significant benefits for human health, the environment, and animal welfare. This webinar will shine a light on the scientific progress that has been achieved over the past, the role of plant-based/cell-based hybrid products as an initial means of introduction to the public, and the responsibility of governments in regulation and funding of cultured products.

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm CET

19 August 2020

HÉLÈNE MILLER

HEAD OF EUROPEAN AFFAIRS AT ALEPH FARMS

PROF MARK POST

CSO OF MOSA MEAT

DAVID BRANDES

MANAGING DIRECTOR AT PEACE OF MEAT

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