A dish made using Avant Meats’ cell-cultivated fish maw. The company says it will tailor its products for consumers in China and Asia. Photo: Handout A dish made using Avant Meats’ cell-cultivated fish maw. The company says it will tailor its products for consumers in China and Asia. Photo: Handout
A dish made using Avant Meats’ cell-cultivated fish maw. The company says it will tailor its products for consumers in China and Asia. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong protein alternatives start-up eyes juicy cut of sector forecast to reach US$630 billion by 2040

  • Avant Meats, Hong Kong’s first cell-cultivated meat company, hopes to launch its cell-based fish maw in two years
  • Hong Kong-based protein alternatives venture capital fund Lever, which has received US$23 million in capital commitments, has invested in Avant

Topic |   Food and agriculture
A dish made using Avant Meats’ cell-cultivated fish maw. The company says it will tailor its products for consumers in China and Asia. Photo: Handout A dish made using Avant Meats’ cell-cultivated fish maw. The company says it will tailor its products for consumers in China and Asia. Photo: Handout
A dish made using Avant Meats’ cell-cultivated fish maw. The company says it will tailor its products for consumers in China and Asia. Photo: Handout
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