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OverviewThe Good Food Institute (GFI) accelerates alternative protein innovation with the goal of reducing the carbon footprint of global food production to zero. They are accomplishing this through fostering scientific innovation, influencing government policy and engaging corporations in the development and production of plant-based and cultivated meat offerings.
They have been instrumental in supporting industry advances, including a world first cultivated meat sale approval in Singapore and have funded groundbreaking projects that supported the work of hundreds of researchers on five continents.
Animal Charity Evaluators have consistently named GFI as one of their top charities, evidencing the calibre of expertise they possess and their growth to influence alternative meat adoption globally.
Source: Giving is Great