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Grant | Alive

Total Raised


About Mosa Meat

Mosa Meat is the developer of a tissue cultured hamburger. The company aims to develop tissue engineering into a technology that can mass-produce affordable meat.

Mosa Meat Headquarter Location

Watermolen 28

Maastricht, 6229 PM,


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Mosa Meat Patents

Mosa Meat has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Dietary supplements
  • Diets
  • Meat
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Meat, Nutrition, Meat industry, Dietary supplements, Diets


Application Date


Grant Date


Related Topics

Meat, Nutrition, Meat industry, Dietary supplements, Diets



Latest Mosa Meat News

Cultured Meat Law Breakthrough in the Netherlands as Public Samplings Approved

Mar 17, 2022

Cultured Meat Law Breakthrough in the Netherlands as Public Samplings Approved March 17, 2022 ©Mosa Meat In another step forward for the European cultivated meat industry, the government of the Netherlands has passed a motion to legalize the sampling of cell-cultured meat products. The legal breakthrough could pave the way for cultivated meat to be sold in supermarkets within a few years, according to Dutch manufacturers. “Cultivated meat deserves a fair chance and that’s why we have to make tastings possible” The motion, proposed by the D66 and VVD parties, was passed in the House of Representatives this week making it legally possible to host public samplings of cultivated meat products. Although public sampling in order to gain acceptance, support, and feedback is currently legal in many European countries, the law had held back some of the Dutch originators of the cultivated meat movement such as Mosa Meat . © Mosa Meat Dutch cultured meat pioneer Mosa Meat, which developed the world’s first cultivated beef burger in 2013, recently received a €2 million grant to advance cellular agriculture and bring cultivated beef to the EU market. Headquartered in Maastricht, Mosa Meat is backed by the Mitsubishi Corporation and Leonardo DiCaprio amongst others, and recently closed a Series B Round at $85 million. Regulatory approval in Europe Regulatory approval for cultivated meat in the EU retail market is, on one hand, a clearly defined process, but, on the other hand, likely to be a long one. The European Food Safety Authority conducts a risk assessment and gives a scientific opinion on the safety and nutritional aspects of products, before final approval from the European Commission and representatives from all EU member states. Meanwhile, meat and dairy lobbies in the EU have been attempting to limit the way plant-based products can be marketed, and there are concerns that cultivated meat may face similar challenges. “With minimal use of water, land, and emissions for greenhouse gases and much less animal suffering,” Tjeerd de Groot of the D66 party told RTL Nieuws . “Cultivated meat deserves a fair chance and that’s why we have to make tastings possible.”   The vegconomist-newsletter: receive the most important news from the vegan business world. Invalid email address I agree that my mail address is used to receive a newsletter on a regular basis. Cancel at any time (link at the end of every newsletter).

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  • When was Mosa Meat founded?

    Mosa Meat was founded in 2016.

  • Where is Mosa Meat's headquarters?

    Mosa Meat's headquarters is located at Watermolen 28, Maastricht.

  • What is Mosa Meat's latest funding round?

    Mosa Meat's latest funding round is Grant.

  • How much did Mosa Meat raise?

    Mosa Meat raised a total of $94.13M.

  • Who are Mosa Meat's competitors?

    Competitors of Mosa Meat include UPSIDE Foods, SuperMeat, Finless Foods, Wildtype, SeaWith and 16 more.

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