Steakholder Foods

Sustainability

The unpleasant truth

 

A third of global greenhouse emissions come from the food industry. 71% from agriculture. 18% from meat farming and manufacturing. ​

Today, more than half of global habitable land is used for agriculture, 80% of which is set aside for livestock (representing less than 20% of the world’s calories). By 2050, demand for food will increase 60%, placing additional pressure on land and water resources, climate change and food security. 

 

The world must transition to a global food system that can provide safe and sustainable nutrition for all humanity. 

We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.

Albert Einstein

Here’s the good news

Itʼs not too late to make a positive change in the world. Whether itʼs choosing to eat more sustainable foods or supporting forward-thinking and sustainably-minded people, companies, organizations and countries. If we work together as a global community, we can create the world we want our children and grandchildren to live in.

 

 

Looking to the future -Acting in harmony with nature
Technology innovations can have a significant impact on the development of a healthy, balanced, and sustainable future. We believe cultured meat will play a critical role with its ability to significantly reduce the meat industryʼs carbon footprint, decrease water and land usage, and make meat safer and more accessible.