The key to a sustainable
future of food
Our Mission at MyriaMeat is to make 100% real meat without the negative effects on our planet, health and, of course, animals. Cellular agriculture eliminates the need to raise and farm animals for food by using biotechnology to produce agricultural products from cell cultures.
Why cellular agriculture?
Industrial farming techniques are destroying our ecosystems and leading to serious health and environmental degradation. Our earth has a finite amount of resources and we are hitting maximum capacity. According to some estimates, industrialized farming costs the equivalent of about US$3 trillion every year in environmental damage, not to mention that it produces greenhouse gas emissions, pollutes the air and water, and destroys wildlife.
It’s time for a change. And that’s what we’re here for.
How we do it
Real meat is 100% functional muscle – that’s it. We reproduce the natural growth of real muscle without the animal. How do we do this? By using pluripotent stem cells from each species. The stem cells can then grow a piece of meat that is fresh, healthy, and environmentally friendly.
Proof of concept
MyriaMeat uses our own patented technology to produce real meat made from animal cells. We are currently working on creating 100% real meat products without plant-based ingredients to produce Wagyu beef, pork and deer meat. Our meat is 100% real – just without the negative effects on our ecosystems.
Cultured meat has notable health benefits compared to conventional meat, while having the same nutritional profile: there are no antibiotics, E.Coli., or prions that can enter the production process so the result is clean meat at each meal.
Our unique production methods are patented and are highly scalable. Therefore, we can produce the freshest most healthy meat inside or near cities. The Future!
The industrial revolution is coming
Florian Hüttner, CEO
The people behind Myria Meat
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SDGs we are tackling
MyriaMeat supports the UN Biodiversity agreement to conserve 30% of land on earth by 2030 in order to build a resilient planet for all futures.