Meatable joins Royal DSM to create growth media specific for cell-based meat tech

Meatable CEO Krijn de Nood (R) and CTO Daan Luining © Meatable

The R&D between the biotech startup and fellow Dutch nutrition conglomerate could help scale and drive the commercial viability of lab-grown meat

Dutch cell-based meat startup Meatable has partnered Royal DSM, the Dutch nutrition and materials multinational, to produce “affordable” growth media for cultivated meat – a move to enable the scaling and commercialization of lab-grown meat technology, the companies said.“[B]efore cultivated meat will be found in grocery stores around the world, producers are working on scaling up their processes to provide cultivated meat at commercial quantities and at reasonable prices,” Krijn de Nood, CEO and co-founder of Meatable, told CompassList in an emailed statement, responding to queries.“DSM and M...
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