Israeli food-tech startup commits to go carbon-neutral by 2025

Aleph Farms has committed to eliminating emissions associated with its meat production by 2025

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Israeli food-tech startup Aleph Farms has announced a new sustainability goal of eliminating carbon dioxide emissions associated with meat production by 2025 and be net zero across its entire supply chain by 2030.

The company grows meat from beef cells using a 3D tissue engineering platform – it has introduced a sustainability advisory board, which includes thought leaders from the food industry, a ‘dialogue platform’ to engage Generation Z and a new sustainable infrastructure that will support the circular economy and encourage renewable energy adoption.

Didier Toubia, Co-Founder and CEO of Aleph Farms, said: “At a time when the occurrence of regional and global crisis is increasing, African Swine Fever, Australia fires, Covid-19, food system resilience is at the core of Aleph Farms’ vision and the key to building a better future for generations that follow.

“We are identifying challenges and bottlenecks, engaging with experts and youth leaders, raising awareness and driving innovation across the entire value chain in order to accelerate the necessary global transition of our food system into the right direction.”