Mosa Meat is a clean meat company located in Maastricht, Netherlands making cultured meat products using stem cells from living animals. Video explaining the process Mosa Meat uses to produce cultured beef. Mosa Meat made the world's first cultured beef burger for $332,000, funding contributed by Google Co-Founder Sergey Brin, and presented it to tasters on August 5, 2013. Cultured meat made by Mosa Meat is planned to be for sale by 2021, with prices estimated at $3.60/pound according to the Good Food Institute.
In 2013 co-founder of Google Sergey Brin contributed $1 million to create the world's first cultured beef burger.
In July 2018 Mosa Meat announced Series A funding of €7.5m ($8.8m). Lead investors included Bell Food Group, the largest meat processor in Switzerland, and M Ventures, the VC of Merck. As reported by The Wall Street Journal, the partnership with M Ventures could open doors to Merck's deep expertise in cell culture technology. The strategic partnership with Bell Food Group brings strong downstream capabilities in meat processing and distribution.
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