Cubiq Foods: Bioreactor farms producing the food of tomorrow

Co-founders of Cubiq Foods (L to R): CEO Andres Montefeltro, Chief Scientific Officer Raquel Revilla and CFO Jordi Bladé © Cubiq Foods

Growing appetite for meat alternatives expected to fuel demand for Cubiq’s low calorie, Omega 3-enriched lab-grown fats  

Among the numerous plant-based protein alternative startups that have sprung up in the past two years, Barcelona-based Cubiq Foods is breaking into the market with a novel approach and potential game changer: lab-grown cell-based fat cultures and related ingredients that improve the taste and nutritional values of plant-based meat. Unlike companies like Mission Barn in the US and Gourmet in France that also work with cell-based fat, the Spanish foodtech focuses on enriching plant-based products with Omega 3 fat. The smart fat emulsion is a healthier fat substitute than coconut oil and beh...
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