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'SuperMeat' Receives $3 Million In Funding For New Lab-Based Meat


SuperMeat has received $3 million in seed funding and has partnered with one of Europe’s biggest poultry producers. The “clean meat” startup from Israel continues a growing portfolio of lab-based foods that don’t involve killing animals, including Beyond Meat and Memphis Meats. Thanks to the latest funding and support, the company hopes to bring their products to the market in a few years.

The Israeli startup had a goal to create healthy, sustainable meat products without needing to slaughter animals and to eliminate the carbon emissions created from it. A process they developed is using animal cell culture techniques. For example, cells from a chicken would be extracted from the animal and given the same nutrients when raising them.