UC Davis has a new Integrative Center for Alternative Meat and Protein

The University of California-Davis is launching a new Integrative Center for Alternative Meat and Protein.

It is an effort toward large-scale commercialization and the technological advancement of them. The Center will allow for further research, have a focus on workforce development, and make alternative proteins more accessible, while driving down production costs.

The California state legislature provided $5 million for alternative meat research in 2022 at three University of California campuses.

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