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Cherkizovo Lab Director Sergey Shapovalov participates in discussion on plant-based meat

  • 15 Dec 12:09

Cherkizovo Lab Director Sergey Shapovalov participates in discussion on plant-based meat Sergey Shapovalov, PhD in Biology and Director of Cherkizovo’s Research & Development Lab, believes that it is too early to talk about the prospect of cultured meat in Russia. This is particularly the case with plant-based meat as its safety and nutritional value remain in question. Mr Shapovalov shared his opinion during the Healthy Eating and Genetic Engineering (GMO)– Myths and Realities online conference organized by the Komsomolskaya Pravda radio station. One of the topics raised at the conference related to the comparison of natural and artificial food. According to Mr Shapovalov, scientists do not have enough information regarding the safety. Read more...

MOSCOW STARTUP TO LAUNCH VEGAN HAM, COLD CUTS TO TACKLE RUSSIA’S MEAT-HEAVY DIET

  • 20 Jan 10:41

MOSCOW STARTUP TO LAUNCH VEGAN HAM, COLD CUTS TO TACKLE RUSSIA’S MEAT-HEAVY DIET Russian plant-based meat startupGreenwiseplans to expand its product line this year with vegan cold cuts, ham, and meatballs. The company, founded by Arten Ponomarev, Julia Marsel, and George Zheleznyi, aims to reduce Russia’s meat consumption by offering people plant-based alternatives to their favorite meat products. Named one of five most promising startups byForbesmagazine, Greenwise creates its products using green technologies to produce plant-based meats that resemble the fibrous texture of animal-based meat using ingredients such as soy and wheat. “We derived a unique high-fiber product that mimics meat. We’re the only ones to produce. Read more...

Russian Plant-Based Startup Takes Aim at Beyond Meat

  • 9 Jan 11:48

Russian Plant-Based Startup Takes Aim at Beyond Meat A Russian startup backed by an international food awareness organization plans to surpass Beyond Meat and conquer Europe’s plant-based meat market, the Meduza news websitereportedTuesday. The Berlin-based Proveg International investorsingles outRussia’s Greenwise startup for selling its plant-based strips and jerky in 2,000 stores across Russia. ForbesnamedGreenwise among the incubator’s five promising meat alternative startups. Greenwiseboastson its website that the green technology used to process vegetable proteins at its production plant southwest of Moscow “gives our meat alternatives [the] chewiness and texture of real. Read more...