The Rehovot-based firm has cultivated the world’s first slaughter-free ribeye steak, utilizing 3D bio-printing expertise.
Israeli cultivated meat firm Aleph Farms has introduced that the actor Leonardo DiCaprio has invested within the firm and can be part of its advisory board. DiCaprio can be investing in Dutch cultivated meat firm Mosa Meat.
DiCaprio mentioned, “Probably the most impactful methods to fight the local weather disaster is to rework our meals system. Mosa Meat and Aleph Farms provide new methods to fulfill the world’s demand for beef, whereas fixing among the most urgent problems with present industrial beef manufacturing. I am more than happy to hitch them as an advisor and investor, as they put together to introduce cultivated beef to customers.”
Cultured meat co Aleph Farms raises $105m
DiCaprio invested in Rehovot-based Aleph Farms as a part of its $105 million financing spherical accomplished in July. The quantity of the funding has not been disclosed.
Aleph Farms cofounder and CEO Didier Toubia mentioned, “As a dedicated environmentalist, we welcome Leonardo DiCaprio to our advisory board and household of high tier traders. Our staff is dedicated to enhancing the sustainability of our international meals programs and we’re thrilled to have Leo share in our imaginative and prescient.”
Aleph Farms was based by Israeli meals firm Strauss Group along with Prof. Shulamit Levenberg of the College of Biomedical Engineering on the Technion – Israel Institute of Know-how and Toubia and has cultivated the world’s first slaughter-free ribeye steak, utilizing 3D bio-printing expertise and pure constructing blocks of meat – actual cow cells, with out genetic engineering.
Printed by Globes, Israel enterprise information – en.globes.co.il – on September 22, 2021
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