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Planting the seeds of change – how Europe’s farmers can reap the benefits of plant-based foods

Elena Walden

As the appetite for plant-based food grows across Europe, these products present new opportunities for farmers to produce the raw ingredients they need.

Sausage and mash from Ivy Farm, a cultivated meat company making sustainable protein in the uk
Blog Cultivated

UK Food Standards Agency to modernise regulations, boosting consumer choice for sustainable foods

Conrad Astley

The UK’s Food Standards Agency (FSA) has agreed on plans to modernise how foods like cultivated meat and precision fermentation products come to market, paving the way to remove unnecessary delays.

Blog Cultivated

APP 2024: join the student movement shaping the future of food

Seren Kell

From Portugal to Türkiye – students across Europe are taking a leading role in a global movement turning universities into dynamic engines for alternative protein innovation.

Blog Cultivated

Cultivated meat backed by UK government’s new National Vision for Engineering Biology

The UK's Department for Science, Innovation and Technology (DSIT) has today highlighted the critical role that alternative proteins like cultivated meat can play in achieving key national objectives for economic growth and food production as part of the National Vision for Engineering Biology.

Blog Fermentation

How public-private partnerships are accelerating alternative proteins: a case study from the North East of England

Linus Pardoe

We visited mycoprotein pioneers Quorn Foods and the Centre for Process Innovation, home to the UK’s National Industrial Biotechnology Facility, to see how effective public-private partnerships can accelerate alternative proteins.

Blog Cultivated

Horizon Europe alternative protein funding calls for 2024 – everything you need to know

Stella Child

The latest Horizon Europe deadlines are fast approaching, with calls offering exciting opportunities closing early in 2024. Our Research and Grants Manager Stella Child walks through the key calls for alternative protein researchers.