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.
Public research funding
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.
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.
A menu of policy options for UK R&D to advance research and commercialisation of sustainable proteins in the UK
Why and how the UK government should invest in open-access research to capitalise on the potential of plant-based foods, cultivated meat and fermentation.Download
GFI Europe and Ivy Farm Technologies call for greater investment in cultivated meat research and a more collaborative regulatory process at an event in the UK Parliament.
The Dutch government has announced a record €60 million of funding for cultivated meat and precision fermentation.
GFI Europe calls for public investment in sustainable proteins as the world’s top scientists recognise plant-based and cultivated meat can cut emissions, and protect nature and global health.
2021 was a breakthrough year for plant-based foods, cultivated meat and fermentation.
There is one sector that was completely absent from high level discussions, despite causing 21% of global emissions: animal agriculture.
The UK government has invested £1 million to develop and commercialise stem cell lines, helping companies produce cultivated meat.