Agriculture, Food and Beverage

Is cellular agriculture the climate-friendly answer to growing food demands?

Cellular agriculture uses individual cells from plants and animals or single-cell organisms to make agricultural products. Image: Freepik.com

Ilija Aprcovic

Division Chief Executive Officer, Liquid and Powder Technologies, GEA

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Tissue engineering is employed to make cell-based cultivated products such as this salmon nigiri. Photo by Wildtype / CC BY.

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