Alternative Protein Landscape
We all need protein, but how we address that need and its toll on the environment depends entirely on our ability to adapt. This is where science and agriculture can come together to help us reduce our impact on the planet and contribute to our overall health and wellbeing.
The production of agricultural products from cell cultures. A donor animal’s cells are grown in a nutritive medium, later to be sold as a meat product. This can be in the format of Fish, Beef, Pork or Chicken.
The science of researching and sourcing plants with proteins and nutrients that match those found in animal-based products. These products are formulated with the intention to replicate the satiation found in animal meats. Vegetable proteins such as Soy and Pea are only the beginning of the possibilities. There are over 30,000 vegetable proteins that have as of yet to be studied.
- No animals are killed
- Much lower impact on the environment
- Low-fat, nutrient-dense and delicious
- Food security
(Our current food system is unable to support the protein needs of the coming generations)