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Cultivated meat and the food tech sector generates more and more news and information. Here we will bring you the latest on the development of cultivated meat, as well as trends in conscious eating and nutrition. We will also talk about sustainability and innovative ideas to build a better future for everyone.

Las nuevas tendencias que se observan en los consumidores van en la dirección de una mayor preocupación por la sostenibilidad medioambiental y por el bienestar animal.
At BioTech Foods we work with beef: we extract a sample of the cow's tissue, isolate the muscle cells and make them proliferate until we obtain the meat that, looked at under a microscope, is exactly the same as what we obtain directly from the cow, only that the animal is still alive
En BioTech Foods trabajamos con carne de vacuno: extraemos una muestra del tejido de la vaca, aislamos las células musculares y las hacemos proliferar hasta obtener la carne que, mirada al microscopio, es exactamente igual que la que obtenemos directamente de la vaca, solo que el animal sigue vivo,
We are immersed in a great project that we are very excited about and that will mean a great leap, not only in the trajectory of BioTech Foods but also in that of the cultivated meat. In 2024 we will have the capacity to produce 1,000 tons of cultivated meat per year, with the possibility of expanding this capacity in the medium term until reaching 4,000 tons.
Seguimos avanzando en la fase de escalado industrial con la construcción de nuestra nueva planta. En en 2024, tendremos la capacidad de producir 1000 toneladas anuales de carne cultivada, con la posibilidad de ir ampliando esta capacidad en el medio plazo hasta llegar a las 4000 toneladas.
These prizes are awarded annually by the Cámara de Comercio de España and Banco Santander to recognize the work of Spanish SMEs and their contribution to the development and wealth of the country. Almost 1,800 companies opted this year for one of these awards.
Estos premios son otorgados anualmente por la Cámara de Comercio de España y el Banco Santander para reconocer la labor de las pymes españolas y su aportación al desarrollo y riqueza del país. Casi 1800 empresas optaban este año a uno de estos galardones.
Alternative proteins are an option that can be chosen for a variety of reasons: either because someone is vegan, vegetarian or flexitarian, or because you want to expand the range of food products in your diet and enjoy a greater variety when it comes to eating.
Garbage must go somewhere, so imagine a planet full of huge dumps. We generate a big amount of waste, close to 16,000 million kilograms a day! If the generation of waste is bigger than our ability to manage it, we will need large tracts of land to store all that garbage. It is something unthinkable.
Obtaining proteins using alternative techniques to those we know is a matter of global interest, since it depends on being able to guarantee world nutrition for the next decades under criteria of sustainability and environmental protection. The ecosystem of innovative projects around the world is growing: from plant-based or seaweed-based products to cultured, non-slaughtered animal meat.
Environmental sustainability is one of the booming trends of recent years. The recent advances towards sustainable consumption, responsible with the environment, have been very well received in a society that is concerned about the impact that the products we buy have on the environment.
The novelties in the field of science and technology that are currently reaching the market share a very important ethical component: the awareness of environmental sustainability by their creators as a basis for innovation. This is an essential change in our way of facing technological progress, given the climate emergency we are experiencing.