Tyson Foods is the largest chicken, beef, and pork processor and marketer in the world. As of September 30, 2017 Tyson Foods has ~122,000 employees world wide. Tyson Foods was founded in 1931 by John W. Tyson in Springdale, Arkansas.
Pembient uses advances in biotechnology to fabricate horn and other wildlife products to combat the threat to endangered species.
Fifty Years is a venture capital seed fund based in San Francisco, California founded by Seth Bannon and Ela Madej in 2016 and focuses on investing in the impact technology market.
An Israeli startup company that is working to make sustainable "animal-free" cell-based meat products available at the local level by adapting the distributed manufacturing model
Just, Inc. (formerly known as Hampton Creek) is a food technology company developing and selling plant based food products around the world.
New Wave Foods is a biotechnology company developing plant based alternative seafood products. The company is based out of San Francisco, California and was founded in 2015 by Dominique Barnes and Michelle Wolf.
Aleph Farms is an Israeli cellular agriculture start-up founded by Didier Toubia and Shulamit Levenberg in 2017 developing technologies for culturing meat products into 3D structures.
Integriculture is a Japanese cellular agriculture company making lab grown foie gras and other clean meat and cellular agriculture products. The company was founded in on October 23, 2015 and is located in Tokyo, Japan.
Finless Foods is a biotechnology company producing cultured marine animal food products through implementing cellular agriculture and manufacturing technologies.
Geltor is a cellular agriculture company making essential proteins, such as collagen and gelatin, using microbes in their own bio-fermentation recombinant protein production facility.
SuperMeat is an Israeli biotechnology company, founded on December 15, 2015. SuperMeat is working to develop chicken meat products cultured from extracted chicken cells.
Clara Foods is a biotechnology company founded by two New Harvest community members David Anchel and Arturo Elizondo in 2014. The company is based out of San Francisco, California and manufactures animal- free proteins using using yeast bio-fermentation techniques fore use in food products.
Mosa Meat is a Dutch start-up company that makes and commercializes clean meat, meat made by growing animal cells directly rather than slaughtering animals.
The GlassWall Syndicate is a mission-driven group of venture capitalists, foundations, trusts, non-profits, and individual investors who invest in clean meat and plant based meat companies and products.
New Crop Capital is a venture capital firm investing in products and/or services which replace conventional animal agriculture.
Bits x Bites is a Chinese food tech VC, investing in early-stage startups that focus on global food system challenges. It targets companies focused on the food supply chain, from farming, production, distribution and logistics, to consumer goods and food services.
Because Animals is a pet food and cellular agriculture technology company founded in 2016 by Shannon Falconer and Joshua Erret, and is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Because Animals makes 100% animal-free pet foods, treats, and supplements.
Food-X is one of SOSV's business accelerator programs that focuses on food related startups.
The Cultured Meat Symposium is a conference covering the cell-based meat and cellular agriculture industry.
Wild Type is a San Francisco based company producing meat products like salmon using cellular agriculture lab techniques.
Shiok Meats is a Singapore-based cellular agriculture company focusing on making cultured seafood.
Vivera is a food company producing plant-based meat alternatives that is located in Holten, Netherlands, and was founded in 1990. Vivera plant-based products are primarily made from soybeans, chickpeas, corn, rice and potatoes.
Mission Barns is a clean meat company company is headquartered in Berkeley, California producing clean meat. The company was founded in March, 2018, by Eitan Fischer (former director of cellular agriculture of JUST, Inc) and David Bowman.