Cultured Meat and Future Food Podcast

Cultured Meat and Future Food is a short-form podcast series discussing the role of plant based food, cultivated meat and food technology. The show is focused on asking industry leaders questions for an audience with a non-scientific background. Cultured Meat and Future Food is targeted towards entrepreneurs interested in the food technology space. Support this podcast:

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 27m. Bisher sind 88 Folge(n) erschienen. Alle 11 Tage erscheint eine Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 1 day 18 hours 31 minutes


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episode 1: Mike Selden of Finless Foods

Mike Selden is the Co-founder and CEO of Finless Foods, a cellular agriculture company developing future food technology. In this episode, we explore the differences between cultured beef and seafood products, seafood consumption in the Asia pacific region compared to the United States, and Silicon Valley deep tech.

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 2019-06-14  35m

episode 2: Dr. Yuki Hanyu of IntegriCulture

Yuki Hanyu got his Ph.D in chemistry from Oxford University in 2010.

After working as a research scientist in Tohoku University and Toshiba Research and Development Center, he founded the "Shojinmeat Project", the world’s first citizen science community for DIY open-source cell-based meat.

Based on the low-cost cell culture technology developed in Shojinmeat Project, he founded IntegriCulture Inc. in 2015 to commercialize cell-based meat...


 2019-07-31  23m

episode 3: Guy Crims of The Butcher Shop by Niku Steakhouse

Guy Crims, or “Guy the Butcher,” as he’s generally known, is a veteran of the butcher business and a legend in the world of Japanese Wagyu. In 2017 alone, Crims was responsible for bringing 4.3 metric tons of Wagyu beef into the U.S.  

Crims, a California native, became fascinated with the butcher business when he was 14 after reading The Jungle, Upton Sinclair’s novel depicting the American meatpacking industry in early 20th century...


 2019-08-04  30m

episode 4: Philip Saneski of ReGrained

Philip Saneski is the VP of Product and Commander-in-Chef of ReGrained, a mission-driven brand ingredient platform that connects urban craft breweries to sustainable food systems...


 2019-08-17  42m

episode 5: Robert Petrarca of Maxine's Heavenly

Robert Petrarca is the co-founder and CEO of Maxine's Heavenly, a line of vegan, gluten-free, oat based cookies with about 1/2 the sugar as leading natural brands of cookies.  Maxine's Heavenly cookies are mom's homemade recipe made so much better for you...


 2019-08-31  24m

episode 6: Ingrid Newkirk, President and Founder of PETA

Ingrid Newkirk is the president and founder of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. She is the subject of the HBO documentary I Am an Animal and has written eight books about helping animals, including Making Kind Choices and ThePETA Practical Guide to Animal Rights. Her new book AnimalKind is due out in January 2020. Her work for animal rights has made headlines around the world.

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 2019-09-09  26m

episode 7: Food and Artificial Intelligence with Lav Varshney

New Speakers announced! The Cultured Meat Symposium is a conference dedicated to cell-cultured meat or cultivated meat technology. Taking place in San Francisco on November 14 and 15th, check out the speaker line up at

Lav Varshney is an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, computer science, neuroscience, and industrial engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign...


 2019-10-04  32m

episode 8: Ira van Eelen

Alex Shirazi and Ira van Eelen sit down in Maastricht, Netherlands to discuss the historic journey of cultured meat through the last few decades. 

Ira van Eelen is a Co-founder of KindEarth.Tech and

She is a designer with a demonstrated history of working in event design, healthcare ICT, marketing and the think tank industry...


 2019-12-05  42m
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