China’s appetite for protein developed through fermentation grows, amid drive to boost demand for meat alternatives, net-zero goal
“It allows the nation to produce more food with fewer resources – the quintessential win-win,” says GFI APAC’s Mirte Gosker.
Would you eat cultivated meats grown in a lab from animal cells? Tatler explores whether they are really more sustainable and if they will find a permanent place on Asia’s chicest dining tables.
When it comes to novel food regulations, SFA is in a league of its own.
China’s alternative protein market sees rapid expansion amid growing consumer interest and government support
Key regions like China could account for an additional US$5 billion in cultivated meat market growth by 2030, according to the Good Food Institute.
Startups developing cell-grown meats in Singapore are making their way up the cultivated meat food chain. Can they get past the high costs of production, scale up, and continue to secure funding in the increasingly competitive space?
Ryan Huling from The Good Food Institute Asia Pacific elaborates how Singapore is robustly cultivating a thriving alternative protein ecosystem.