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Moo’s Law is the latest title from successful investor Jim Mellon to help readers understand the investment landscape in cultivated meat. As this is a rapidly growing industry with new companies popping up and new technology being developed each month, we will endeavour to provide regular updates on this page. Check back in to find articles on the most exciting new tech breakthroughs and press releases on the financials of some of the largest companies featured in Moo’s Law™.
The Spoon interviews Jim Mellon

While some future food leaders like Pat Brown don’t believe the economics of cultured meat make sense, longtime investor and entrepreneur Jim Mellon thinks exactly the opposite. In fact, Mellon thinks that in the future, cultured meat will be more affordable than…...

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Jim Mellon & Juvenescence featured in fDi Intelligence article on longevity

For Aubrey de Grey, the best known longevity thought leader and chief science officer of the Silicon Valley-based SENS Research Foundation, Covid-19 has made the case clear: we must make elderly people in our populations more resilient. “It is completely…...

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Statista: Global Food Prices on the Uptick

After the wholesale price of food first saw a slump during the coronavirus pandemic, the global FAO Food Price Index showed a steep increase since the fall. Most recently, food around the world was 13.3 percent pricier than the 2014-2016 average, on…...

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Forbes: The Global State Of Food Security

People in developed countries often took food security for granted over the years but that changed dramatically last spring when Covid-19 led to a wave of panic buying that left supermarket shelves empty. More often associated with poorer countries, strained…...

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BCG: The Biodiversity Crisis Is a Business Crisis

Two facts about biodiversity are not up for debate. The first is widely known, the second less so. Fact number one: biodiversity—the level of diversity in the natural world, at the ecosystem, species, and genetic levels—is being destroyed at an…...

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Bloomberg: The World Will Pay More for Meat as Food Inflation Deepens

Feed prices “go up and down, and you tend to take the rough with the smooth,” said Mark Gorton, managing director at the British chicken and turkey producer Traditional Norfolk Poultry. “But when it rallies as much as it has, it…...

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Jim’s appearance on the Vaizey View podcast

Jim was interviewed about Moo’s Law by Lord Vaizey, the former UK Tech & Culture Minister. The post Jim’s appearance on the Vaizey View podcast appeared first on Moo's Law....

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Telegraph: The Food Source Worming Its Way Into Our Affections

Eating insects as a replacement for meat should be no big deal for anyone. After all, research suggests the average individual already eats 140,000 insect pieces each year, The post Telegraph: The Food Source Worming Its Way Into Our Affections…...

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Technology Networks interviews Jim Mellon

Interest in cultured meat is rapidly growing, driven by the need to provide a more sustainable source of meat to the world’s population, while addressing environmental and animal welfare concerns associated with intensive agricultural practices. In 2013, the first lab-grown…...

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The Times: How do you like your steak: grass-fed or lab-grown?

It’s the small things you don’t usually notice about a piece of meat that suddenly hit you when you’re about to eat a steak that hasn’t come from an animal for the first time. The sizzle when it’s placed on…...

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New Republic: The Sadism of Eating Real Meat Over Lab Meat

Consider a steak. When it hits the hot oil in the pan, your mouth can’t help but water at the aroma. That familiar crackle of fat beginning to fry and render is the sound of the maillard reaction: that wondrous…...

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Financial Times: Vegan milk maker Oatly targets $10bn IPO

Oatly, the Blackstone-backed Swedish vegan milk maker, is eyeing a valuation as high as $10bn in a US listing that would tap into both the IPO boom and consumers’ growing thirst for plant-based alternatives to animal products. The Malmo-based group…...

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