Aleph Farms is working on the hardest challenge, the holy grail, of cultured meat: whole steaks. Compared to for instance burger patties steaks are harder because they are three-dimensional and combine a variety of different textures. Aleph farms is also the first company in the emerging industry to
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Aleph Farms is working on the hardest challenge, the holy grail, of cultured meat: whole steaks. Compared to for instance burger patties steaks are harder because they are three-dimensional and combine a variety of different textures. Aleph farms is also the first company in the emerging industry to commit to net-zero carbon emission by 2025 and zero-carbon throughout the entire supply chain by 2030. And as if that isn’t enough they are also the first company to create cultured meat in space. Aleph Farms is one of 100 tech pioneers chosen by the World Economic Forum.
This episode on steak without cows features Didier Toubia, the Co-Founder & CEO of Aleph Farms.
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