Memphis Meats, a startup company that has just raised $161 million, says it has a "clear path" to bringing cell-based meats to market. Yet the company and its competitors face challenges.
The company plans to build a pilot production facility with funds raised from high-profile investors including Bill Gates, Richard Branson and Kimbal Musk, as well as two giant players in the animal protein and feed space, Cargill and Tyson Foods. The company says its latest funding round has brought in $161 million in new investment.
Nature Fynd said it will also be making food and beverage products using the novel protein source across the breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack sectors.
I should have done a deep dive on this, but how’s it taste, and will I be farting with chances of the runs? Another expensive and chemicalized solution to food.
Morning star vegetable burger is good, but it won’t fill you up, but as the label indicates, VEGETABLE. What’s the label going to look like from the finest microbes in Yellowstone Park? It’s like drugs, it’s got to be synthesized?
We know that Equal was a mistake by big Pharma, is it something like that? No thanks
Here is another question I pose: Will poor people be able to afford this nonsense? Probably, not.
We don’t trust Bill Gates and Richard Branson they were visitors to Epstein Island.
Thank you anon, 🥰