The Upside (and Downside) of Cultivated Meat | TechCrunch Disrupt 2023


In the fight to reduce our carbon footprint there is perhaps no bigger challenge than food, or more specifically meat. Raising, processing and distributing cattle, chicken and pork products are among the largest contributors to greenhouse gasses. So what if we grew it in the lab? Uma Valeti, founder and CEO of UPSIDE Foods, aiming to do just that in his conversation with TechCrunch reporter Christine Hall.

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