Consumers are cutting down on conventional meat across major European countries while interest in plant-based and cultivated meat is growing, a new survey has found.
A project to feed astronauts on future missions to Mars could make a huge difference to the lives of millions of people back on Earth, according to a researcher studying the feasibility of cultivating meat in space.
A new paper by the GFI Europe, Bridge2Food and the European Alliance for Plant Based Foods calls on the EU to create a long-term vision to make sure the continent’s plant-based sector can deliver on its potential.
GFI will join 14 other organisations in co-hosting the first ever Food Systems Pavilion – to put food at the centre of discussions at the COP27 climate change conference.
There needs to be more interaction between the worlds of food and science, according to a researcher working with a Michelin star restaurant to develop fish-free seafood.
A team of scientists has received funding to work with chefs at a prestigious restaurant to create a new seafood product by growing fungi on seaweed.
GFI Europe calls for coordinated funding after UK government pledges to support sustainable proteins
GFI Europe is calling for earmarked funding to ensure the UK becomes a world leader in plant-based and cultivated meat.
An academic who is creating a study and research centre focused on cellular agriculture believes similar opportunities will soon be created for aspiring sustainable protein scientists across Europe.
GFI Europe attended IFFA, the world’s largest meat industry trade fair, to encourage the sector to get involved with plant-based and cultivated meat.