In a historic decision, Nanyang Technological University (NTU)—one of the top universities in Asia—has approved a new undergraduate course titled “Future Foods - Introduction to Advanced Meat Alternatives.”
The World Health Organization’s Regional Office for the Western Pacific (WHO WPRO) joined forces with GFI’s global affiliates to host a historic two-day workshop focused on “Regulatory and Food Safety Aspects of Alternative Proteins for Conventional Animal Products.”
Yet another step towards mainstream normalization of this revolutionary food technology.
The world’s first commercial sale of cultivated chicken has been announced. A restaurant in Singapore will begin serving it this Saturday!
After reading the report’s illuminating conclusions, visionaries from throughout East and Southeast Asia may find themselves asking “Am I sitting on a gold mine and just need to start digging?”
Japan is considering developing a regulatory framework to properly shape the cultivated meat market while ensuring the food security and consumer acceptance.
After releasing the inaugural #AsiaAlt100 list we’ve seen a lot of enthusiasm in the sector, and many want to find out more about these early movers and shakers changing the protein landscape.