Aleph Farms

Aleph Farms

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.

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May 15, 2019

Cargill announces it will invest in Aleph Farms.

Cargill is participating in a Series A investment round led by VisVires New Protein.

March 2, 2017

Seed funding

In 2017 Aleph Farms became a member of the Strauss Group food-tech incubator called the Kitchen. After Aleph Farms began having success in the Strauss Group incubator program, Strauss Group invested an undisclosed amount of seed funding into Aleph Farms.

March 1, 2017

Seed funding

In 2017 Aleph Farms became a member of the Strauss Group food-tech incubator called the Kitchen. After Aleph Farms began having success in the Strauss Group incubator program, Strauss Group invested an undisclosed amount of seed funding into Aleph Farms.

January 2, 2017

Founding of Aleph Farms

Aleph farms was founded by Didier Toubia and Shulamit Levenberg, along with Strauss Group, in 2017 .

January 1, 2017

Founding of Aleph Farms

Aleph farms was founded by Didier Toubia and Shulamit Levenberg, along with Strauss Group, in 2017 .

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Methods for differentiating and purifying pancreatic endocrine cells

Pending

2015-11-30

Pancreatic cells, animal cell lineage differentiation, pluripotent cell and induced pluripotent stem cell differentiation

Methods for large scale generation of stem cells

Pending

2013-07-17

Induced pluripotent stem cells, pluripotent embryonic cells, serum-free media

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Aleph Farms (previously Meat-the-Future) was co-founded in 2017 by Israeli food-tech incubator The Kitchen, a part of the Strauss Group Ltd., and the Technion, a public research university.

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Series A

Aleph Farms was a member of the food-tech incubator The Kitchen, a part of the Strauss Group. In 2017 Aleph Farms raised a seed round for an undisclosed amount. The company is also supported by US and European venture capital firms and plans to close a Series A round in 2018.

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Tyson Foods invests in Israeli clean-meat startup

Abigail Klein Leichman

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Didier Toubia of Aleph Farms - Clean Meat Founders Series

Neta Lavon - Aleph Farms - Futurist For Food

26 September 2018

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Aleph farms was founded by Didier Toubia and Shulamit Levenberg, along with Strauss Group, in 2017 .

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Aleph Farms

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. Their goal is to create products which have the same texture and shape as meat from conventional animal farming — such as steak.

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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. Their goal is to create products which have the same texture and shape as meat from conventional animal farming — such as steak. The company is pioneering technologies that allow cultured meat products to move beyond simple structures using one or two types of cells, such as ground beef, to more conventional meat cuts. Their technologies allow for several cell types to be grown into complex shapes; which has traditionally been a limiting factor for cultured meat companies.

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Aleph Farms was a member of the food-tech incubator The Kitchen, a part of the Strauss Group. In 2017 Aleph Farms raised a seed round for an undisclosed amount. The company is also supported by US and European venture capital firms and plans to close a Series A round in 2018.

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Their approach is to create a 3 dimensional scaffolding within their bioreactors which is seeded with multiple cell types including muscle fibers, connective tissue, blood vessels, and fat. These cells grow together into the structure of steak directly onto the scaffold with the bioreactor;, rather than being manually combined afterwards.

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In 2017 Aleph Farms became a member of the Strauss Group food-tech incubator called theThe Kitchen. After Aleph Farms began having success in the Strauss Group incubator program, Strauss Group invested an undisclosed amount of seed funding into Aleph Farms.

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