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- Aleph Farms has received the world's first regulatory approval for cultured beef.
- The approval of Aleph Cuts in Israel is a milestone for cellular agriculture and food safety.
- Innovative collaborations and research in the field pave the way for a more sustainable and resilient future for global food supply.
Meat without cows
Israel has recently issued a regulatory approval for Aleph Cuts, the world's first cultured beef produced by Aleph Farms.
Aleph Farms focuses on producing high-quality products from cells derived from cattle. This process, where cells are cultured in controlled environments, is key to the production of Aleph Cuts.
Israel has been a pioneer in public-private partnerships to promote innovation in cellular agriculture technology. Aleph Farms has been part of this, and their work has been supported by both regional and global organizations. Their method of culturing beef involves the use of cells from a Black Angus cow and a plant-based protein matrix without any animal derivatives.
Milk without cows
Aleph Farms' work reflects a broader trend towards more sustainable and animal-friendly methods of food production. This is reflected in similar innovations within dairy production, where dairy products are produced in bioreactors, a method similar to Aleph Farms' cultured beef.
Source: Aleph Farms