EP 19: Josh Tetrick on Cultivated Meat
In this episode of Omnivore, our hosts interview food science thought leaders appearing in the pages of the September 2023 issue of Food Technology.
Josh Tetrick, co-founder and CEO of Eat Just, chats about all things cultivated meat, including the recent milestone sales and the challenges that still lie ahead. Get the scoop on the latest ingredient trends from the IFT FIRST show floor from FT editors Emily Little, Linda Milo Ohr and Julie Larson Bricher. AgTools CEO Martha Montoya discusses how phenology will help food producers navigate climate change.
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Josh Tetrick is co-founder and CEO of Eat Just, the maker of GOOD Meat cultivated chicken. He has been named one of Fast Company’s “Most Creative People in Business,” Inc.’s “35 Under 35” and Fortune’s “40 Under 40.”
Emily Little is associate editor, Food Technology ([email protected]).
Linda Milo Ohr is contributing editor, Food Technology ([email protected]).
Julie Larson Bricher is science and technology editor, Food Technology ([email protected]).
Martha Montoya, CEO of AgTools, Inc., has more than 30 years of worldwide food/agricultural development and supply chain experience, supporting both small- and industrial-sized farmers or suppliers, government entities, and sophisticated buyers.
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