1. What is cultivated meat? 

Cultivated meat is real animal meat produced by cultivating or growing animal cells in a clean facility, eliminating the need to raise and slaughter animals for food.

2. What is the difference between cultivated meat and conventional meat?

Cultivated meat is real meat. The difference is that our meat comes from animal cells grown with no GMOs, and cultivated meat does not require the slaughtering of animals.

3. Will cultivated meat replace conventional meat?

Every year, the world eats more meat than ever before. With that growing demand, consumers need more choices to fulfill that demand without further exacerbating the negative impact the conventional and unsustainable meat industry has on the environment.

4. How is cultivated meat produced?

Future Meat is real meat, but does not require the slaughtering of animals, making it an innovative, healthy, ethical, and eco-friendly way to consume meat. Future Meat’s process is different from any other cultivated meat company. We only take cells from animals once, and with our technology, those cells can grow and multiply. We have the leanest, most efficient, and most affordable production process on the market today. Learn more about Future Meat’s technology here. 

5. Do animals die for cultivated meat? 

Future Meat is slaughter-free meat. The animal cells used to make our products are collected humanely to ensure no harm comes to any animal — which we take very seriously.

6. Can vegans eat cultivated meat?

Cultivated meat is real meat. Therefore, it is not vegan by definition. However, cultivated meat does not require the slaughtering or harming of animals, so it does circumvent the ethical issues of eating meat.

7. What does cultivated meat taste like?

Cultivated meat tastes like real meat because IT IS real meat. In our internal focus groups, consumers can’t tell the difference between cultivated and conventional meat.

8. Why are beef prices so high?

Many factors impact conventional meat prices. Simply, beef prices are rising faster and higher than ever before due to supply chain issues, including: COVID-19 outbreaks, meatpacking plans, and shipping delays. Future Meat’s supply chain is remarkably stable compared to conventional meat because our production facility takes the place of farms, feedlots, and slaughterhouses, minimizing the time and manpower needed to get the food onto consumers’ plates.

9. Is cultivated meat kosher/halal?

Because there is no exact and defining precedent, religious scholars are still debating definitive answers to these questions.

10. How can I invest in Future Meat?

Thank you for your interest in supporting Future Meat! Unfortunately, we are not accepting individual investments at this time. We will update this page accordingly if our company’s fundraising status changes, so please keep checking in!