Aleph Farms prints lab-meat in space

Aleph Farms prints lab-meat in space

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Ian Proudfoot

Global Head of Agribusiness, Partner - Audit

KPMG in New Zealand


[08 October/Food Navigator]

Cultured meat innovator Aleph Farms has successfully completed the first ‘slaughter-free meat’ experiment in space through a joint experiment with 3D Bioprinting Solutions on the International Space Station. The Israeli food technology company has developed a method of growing cultured beef steaks using animal cells and successfully produced meat on the International Space Station. Aleph Farms reports that the development is an important milestone in its ambition to enable unconditional access to safe and nutritious meat while using minimal resources.

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