Stray Dog Capital is a venture capital firm operating out of Leawood, Kansas investing in companies that shift business away from an animal-based economy. Chuck Laue and Jennifer Laue founded Stray Dog Capital in 2009 with the goal of supporting the replacement of animal products with non-animal, plant based, and clean meat products. Notable companies that have received funding from Stray Dog Capital include: Aleph Farms, Beyond Meat, Geltor, Good Catch Foods, Memphis Meats, Mosa Meat, and Ocean Hugger Foods.
SuperMeat is an Israeli biotechnology company, founded on December 15, 2015. SuperMeat is working to develop chicken meat products cultured from extracted chicken cells.
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- Mosa MeatMosa Meat is a Dutch start-up company that makes and commercializes clean meat, meat made by growing animal cells directly rather than slaughtering animals.
- Beyond MeatBeyond Meat makes plant-based meat alternatives such as burgers, sausages, chicken strips, and ground beef. Beyond Meat was founded in 2009 by Ethan Brown and is based in Los Angeles, California.
- GeltorGeltor is a cellular agriculture company making essential proteins, such as collagen and gelatin, using microbes in their own bio-fermentation recombinant protein production facility.
- Sunfed MeatsSunfed Meats is a company located in New Zealand making plant-based meat substitutes primarily out of pea proteins. Sunfed's Chicken Free Chicken was the companies first pea protein based product to be sold on the market; with double the protein of chicken and triple the iron of beef.
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