The latest funds will be used to expand and optimise CellX’s platform technologies to create a safe, consistent and low-cost cultivated meat production system, the company says. Photo: Handout
The latest funds will be used to expand and optimise CellX’s platform technologies to create a safe, consistent and low-cost cultivated meat production system, the company says. Photo: Handout

Shanghai-based CellX raises US$10.6 million just as China gives its blessing to cultivated meat as a sustainable food source

  • CellX’s new funding round coincides with growing support in Beijing for the development of synthetic protein as a food source
  • The latest round of funding includes investments from Joyvio Capital, which is backed by China’s Legend Holdings, and South Korean conglomerate SK Group

The latest funds will be used to expand and optimise CellX’s platform technologies to create a safe, consistent and low-cost cultivated meat production system, the company says. Photo: Handout
The latest funds will be used to expand and optimise CellX’s platform technologies to create a safe, consistent and low-cost cultivated meat production system, the company says. Photo: Handout
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