Convinced that protein diversification is a key element of an inclusive transition towards sustainable, resilient and equitable food systems, the Global Cellular Agriculture Alliance (GCAA) will host a series of dialogues on complementary proteins scheduled on the 9th and 11th of December 2023 at the Food Systems Pavilion of COP28.
The GCAA represents the collaborative effort between the U.S.-based Alliance for Meat, Poultry, and Seafood Innovation (AMPS Innovation), the APAC Society for Cellular Agriculture (APAC-SCA), and Cellular Agriculture Europe, including members from more than 30 cultivated meat, seafood, and dairy companies.
“AMPS Innovation is delighted to co-sponsor the Food Systems Pavilion as part of the Global Cellular Agriculture Alliance to help support the advancement of protein diversification globally. Cellular agriculture is one of many critical tools that can help complement the global food system both to increase food security and resilience, and also mitigate and adapt to climate challenges. We are grateful to all of the FSP partners as together our voices are instrumental in ensuring that food systems are recognized as essential to mitigate and adapt to the impacts of climate change.” Shannon Cosentino-Roush, President AMPS Innovation.
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