Explore the science behind the technologies used to produce plant-based, cultivated, and fermented proteins. Discover new research and funding opportunities, as well as open-access tools.
"When we discuss the alternative protein sector, we have to look at the food chain systemically. The scarcity of quality food is intrinsically linked to the fact that we produce food to feed animals and then eat these animals in a highly inefficient calculation. We could feed the world’s population three times with the vegetables planted today. Taking animals and derivatives off your plate is the most effective personal act you can do today to avoid food shortages, climate change, chronic diseases, and pandemics. The vegetable meat and dairy production industry, cultivated and obtained by fermentation, has a much more efficient production system. We produce these foods with a fraction of the environmental impact, without collaborating with the formation of new zoonotic diseases or food shortages, and without mistreating any animal. We need industrial development policies, investment in science, training rural producers, a competitive tax chain, science-based regulation, innovation environments for startups, etc. Our team is dedicated to improving the global food system for the planet, people, and animals. Count us in!"