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Field Roast and Lightlife Will Double Production Capacity with New $310M Facility

Greenleaf Foods has broken ground for North America’s biggest plant-based protein facility. Read More...

Why Adhithi Lakshmikanthan Is Using Her Biomedical Expertise to Make Meat Without Slaughter

Adhithi Lakshmikanthan is a tissue engineer for Wild Type, a company developing cell-based seafood. Her technical talent is increasingly in demand as cell-based meat companies move into later stages of development. Read More...

New Brazilian Startup Fazenda Futuro Announces Plant-Based Burger

Brazil is getting a plant-based burger of its own. GFI Brazil has been working with Fazenda Futuro founder Marcos Leta from the project’s inception. Read More...

Fast Co Names GFI Among 2019 World Changing Ideas Honorees (Twice!!)

GFI’s Sustainable Seafood Initiative and The Good Food Startup Manual are both honorees in Fast Company’s 2019 World Changing Ideas awards. Read More...

What Soap, Soil Management, and Animal-Free Meat Share

We don’t often talk about mint farming and meat production in the same breath, but whether producing mint or meat, responsible stewardship of our soil and land is non-negotiable. Read More...

Burger King’s Whopper Just Got Impossibly Good

Burger King is testing the Impossible Whopper at its 59 St. Louis area locations, starting this week. Read More...

Leveling the Playing Field: A New Approach

If the government bans meat and milk terms on labels for plant-based and cell-based products, it should apply the same linguistic approach throughout the supply chain for all foods and beverages. Read More...

Singapore Invests in Cell-Based Meat

Singapore’s S$144 million food R&D program includes research for cell-based meat. Read More...

What It Takes to Sell Well on Amazon

Experts from consumer brand agency The Stable joined our entrepreneur community, GFIdeas, to explain what it takes to sell plant-based products on Amazon. Read More...

GFI Earns Platinum Seal of Transparency from GuideStar

As the GuideStar team puts it, GuideStar is to nonprofits what Yelp is to restaurants. Fewer than one percent of nonprofit organizations earn a platinum level designation. Read More...