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Sustainable food tech: cultured meat, alt proteins, food waste, sustainable packaging, vertical farming, regenerative agriculture. Learn in deep-dive seasons about innovations in the food industry for a more sustainable and healthy future. Red to Green features food startups and food industry leaders to cover game-changing breakthroughs in the future of food.
 
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SE3 on the consumer acceptance of alternative proteins. Find out how to convince the masses of people to eat novel foods. Whether we are talking about plant-based or cultivated alternatives, in essence, we will look into human behavior change: What makes us eat what we eat and what makes us change our mind about that. This will be right at the inte…
 
Gain a solid overview of insights from academic research on consumer acceptance of cultured meat. If you read through academic papers on this topic it’s hard to overlook today’s guest - Chris Bryant. He is the main author of over 10 published papers on consumer attitudes towards cultured meat. Specializing in this topic, he is also the Director of …
 
How a well-known meal replacement brand leveraged Reddit communities to become the most successful in the world. And how snack foods could be the Trojan horse, convincing people of novel foods they wouldn’t have tried otherwise. You will hear from Isha Datar the executive director of New Harvest. NewHarvest is a non-profit funding, academic researc…
 
Is consumer responsibility sometimes a greenwashing trap? Are we harming our environment by overly focusing on individual responsibility vs. corporate responsibility? According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary, #greenwashing can be defined as “expressions of environmentalist concerns especially as a cover for products, policies, or activities." In…
 
Researching plastic packaging and possible alternatives is a tricky topic. With lots of greenwashing, and also well-intentioned misinformation. During this deep-dive season, we were left wondering: Is there a scalable solution to our plastic problem at all? Now obviously a global problem requires a range of approaches. BUT This interview with Raman…
 
Part 1: Imagine a world in which our global plastic production would not be based on fossil fuels but renewable resources. A world in which we would still enjoy the convenience of plastic but it would marine degrade within 5-10 years, a short blip of time compared to conventional plastic. Imagine a world in which our products would leave no traces …
 
If we continue business as usual, by 2025 we will have more plastic in the ocean than fish. Plastic waste is a massive, global issue, that’s why we will leave the start-up bubble today and talk with Kristin Hudges, from The World Economic Forum. Apart from the annual gatherings in Davos, the Forum Kristin is also engaged in a variety of initiatives…
 
What if there would be an alternative that uses waste and creates a fully renewable alternative using fungi, which per definition can safely go back to the earth? When you have something shipped, whether it be bottles of wine, some tech gadgets, or even furniture pieces they need protection - the white, light-weight material is polystyrene, also kn…
 
Plastic Bank enables people to collect plastic and earn money with it, so they can lift themselves out of poverty. The Plastic Bank is an eco-system that provides an opportunity for the world to collect and trade plastic waste as a currency. For many years western countries shipped plastic waste to China until imports were banned in 2018. This hasn…
 
How can reusable packaging help to reduce plastic waste? How could a system look like in which we buy for example our lentils, yogurts, and coffee in reusable glass jars and return them to be used - again, and again, and again? What are examples of large-scale reusable systems that are already successful today? You will hear this and much more from…
 
The power of seaweed - are algae the source of the packaging of the future? What role does edible packaging play for sustainable solutions? And How does the innovative packaging startup Notpla inspire lots of consumers and companies through their edible packaging solutions? You will hear from Lise Honsinger, the CFO, and COO of Notpla, a company ba…
 
What are the up and downsides of compostable packaging? How is the manufacturer Yash Pakka creating compostable packaging from agricultural waste? And how do they manage to generate their own energy and be one of the few companies doing their own chemical recycling, producing in a circular manner? You will hear from Ved Krishna. Ved is the Executiv…
 
How sustainable are Tetra packs, aluminum cans, and glass jars? How are corporates using hidden greenwashing tactics? What does a circular economy of packaging look like? You will hear from Paul Foulkes-Arellano, the founder of the sustainable design alliance, based in London. Paul focuses on sustainable innovation and we met at an impact summit in…
 
What is better: biodegradable, compostable, bioplastics, bio-based plastics, recycled? And what do all of these terms actually mean? It’s important to understand the differences to be able to judge materials. You will hear from Julia Goldstein the author of the book Material Value, which was a Finalist in the 2019 San Francisco Writers Contest and …
 
Find out what is awaiting you in this upcoming season and why replacing plastics is so crucial not only for the environment but for your personal health. We will share some research results on microplastic toxicity. You will hear learnings that we had so far including from one of the best documentaries that we have found in the space on how recycli…
 
To finish the season on cell AG you will find further resources, helpful websites and initiatives in this episode. It is time for a summer break and we will continue at the end of September with the topic "Replacing single-use plastics in the food industry." Mentioned links Good Food Institute https://www.gfi.org/ New Harvest https://www.new-harves…
 
This episode features 3 interview guests and gives you a great overview of the opportunities, untapped developments and challenges of cell ag. I'm excited to introduce you to the perspectives of two investors from Atlantic food labs and Big Idea Ventures, as well as the perspective of Fabio teams in who is a thought leader in Germany, in Europe. To…
 
Why is there comparatively so little science on creating animal products without animals? Why are pharma companies more interested in cellular agriculture startups than food companies? How has the field developed in the last 5 years? This is an interview with Isha Datar the Executive Director of New Harvest about this fascinating emerging industry …
 
Did you know that farmed shrimp is often grown in sewage water or slaughter farm runoffs? The shrimp end up all dark and oily and then get dunked into antibiotics. This is a standard industry practice but it doesn’t have to be this way. In this episode you will hear from Dr. Sandhya Shriram, she is Co-Founder & CEO of Shiok Meats. They create cell-…
 
Aleph Farms is working on the hardest challenge, the holy grail, of cultured meat: whole steaks. Compared to for instance burger patties steaks are harder because they are three-dimensional and combine a variety of different textures. Aleph farms is also the first company in the emerging industry to commit to net-zero carbon emission by 2025 and ze…
 
Plant-based meat alternatives can get a big taste-upgrade by using cultured duck fat, making them not vegetarian but hybrid products. These are more attractive to flexitarians or meat-eaters and can, therefore, make it easier to reduce meat consumption. Additionally, we talk about their cultured foie gras, the fatty duck liver. Find out the product…
 
Can you make food out of thin air? Yes, you can. And today you will hear from a company making this magic possible called Solarfoods. Their protein Solein is created by feeding microbes CO2 and hydrogen. This creates a mostly taste-neutral powder that can be used to replace animal protein or stronger tasting plant protein pretty much anywhere. Sole…
 
There are a few industries that absolutely could use a disruption, pet food is one of them. Learn about the problems and opportunities in the pet food space, which is actually quite fascinating, how cultured meat could rattle the industry, and hear a fun story of how Ryan was forced to eat a 6-dog-meals equivalent of his own dog food.…
 
When we pollute the oceans we also pollute our food supply: All fish contains small amounts of Methylmercury (MeHg) - the most toxic form of mercury. Also, increasingly microplastics can be found that may release absorbed pollutants and chemical additives causing hormone disruption, cancer risk, and DNA damage. Find our how cell-based fish can be a…
 
Today you will hear from Andre’s montefeltro, the CEO of Cubiq foods. A Spain-based startup founded in 2018 that has raised 10 Million so far and solves several problems. Smart fat is an alternative to palm oil, coconut oil and butter. An alternative that has just half of the calories, is healthier and more sustainable… and delicious. The second in…
 
Find out how it is possible to make cheese without a cow and when you get to eat it. LegenDairy is working on an innovative way to create delicious cheeses that are healthier for the environment but also for you. Britta's passion for it is infectious and between a lot of giggles she also shares how the first-ever mozzarella tasted like.…
 
Find out how Integriculture reduced the price of cultivated meat and get insights into the Japanese market and consumer mindset. Today you will hear an interview Yuki Hanyu. He is the Founder & CEO of Integriculture Inc which is the leading startup in cellular agriculture in Japan.
 
You can have your meat without needing to raise and slaughter an animal: Clean meat, also known as cultivated meat will be a game-changer. Find out how cellular agriculture works, how it can improve our environment and personal health, and when you get to see clean meat on the shelves.
 
Find out what awaits you on this podcast, a little backstory about how I tried 7 different diets in a self-experiment, and how our food system, sustainability, and our personal health are closely linked! This is the start of season 1 on Red to Green covering the topic of cellular agriculture /cultivated /in-vitro meat.…
 
This 1-2 minute sneak peek shows you what awaits you on Red to Green podcast. This is the Red to Green Podcast on food Innovations that are better for the planet and better for you. Learn from top industry leaders in alternative proteins, food waste, plastics, and agriculture. To discover game-changing breakthroughs in the future of food Subscribe …
 
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