Cultivated meat: Singapore approves serum-fre...
Cultivated meat

Singapore approves serum-free media

Eat Just, Inc.
GOOD Meat believes that this technical and regulatory milestone will lead to greater scalability, lower manufacturing costs and a more sustainable product while paving the way for the production of larger quantities of real, high-quality chicken made from cells.
GOOD Meat believes that this technical and regulatory milestone will lead to greater scalability, lower manufacturing costs and a more sustainable product while paving the way for the production of larger quantities of real, high-quality chicken made from cells.

SINGAPORE. GOOD Meat, the cultivated meat division of food technology company Eat Just, Inc., announced that it has been given regulatory approval by the Singapore Food Agency for the use of serum-free media for the production of cultivated meat.

According to a press release by the cultivated meat division of food technology company Eat Just, Inc., GOOD Meat is the first company to receive such approval for its media. GOOD Meat believes that this will enable the transition to a more efficient and favourable production process.

“Not too long ago, observers thought removing serum was a major limiting step to scaling cultivated meat. I could not be prouder of our team for doing just that and receiving approval to commercialize it this week. It's yet another step forward for our company, the cultivated meat industry and the health of our planet,” said Josh Tetrick, co-founder and CEO of Eat Just.

“We congratulate GOOD Meat on achieving this milestone in scaling up cultivated meat production. This complements the company’s work in Singapore to build and operate its bioreactor facility where over 50 research scientists and engineers will develop innovative capabilities in the cultivated meat space such as media optimisation, process development, and texturization of cultivated meat products,” said Damian Chan, Executive Vice President of the Singapore Economic Development Board.

GOOD Meat remains the only cultivated meat producer in the world with the ability to sell to consumers.

Source: GOOD Meat
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