Not all meat is created equal

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 At Meat Tomorrow, we say it is time to reinvent the way we transform plants into meat. We believe meat belongs on the menu, but not in using animals as machines to produce it. Instead, we strive to develop cultured meat from animal cells in ways that protect us, our planet, and our hoofy friends.

 

Harvesting the power of stem cells

Today’s meat machines (cows, chickens and pigs) are inefficient because only a small fraction of the energy they consume ends up as muscle (meat). The rest is used for breathing, moving and brain processing.

In Meat Tomorrow, we want to remove physiological processes from the equation. We do that by growing muscle cells separately in bioreactors. The advantages of this approach are:

  1. No animals are harmed in the process
  2. It requires fewer resources and less energy
  3. It is produced in safe conditions to eliminate any diseases input or output.

Meet the Team

David Valbjørn

David Valbjørn

Co-Founder & Head of Business Development
Matias Ankjær

Matias Ankjær

Co-Founder & Head of Science
Jonathan Niclis

Jonathan Niclis

Scientific Advisor
Henning Kempf

Henning Kempf

Scientific Advisor