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CULT Food Science: The Future of Food

Diverse exposure to a rapidly growing niche industry

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If I asked you to close your eyes and think of a disruptive company, you’d probably think of something along the lines of flying cars, A/I robots, or the metaverse.

If I narrowed it down to sustainable disruptive companies, you might imagine a nuclear fusion startup or revolutionary carbon firm.

What you’re not likely to picture is a startup in a niche category like CULTIVATED FOOD. But as everyone knows: the riches are in the niches!

And that’s exactly where CULT Food Science lies – atop a niche industry with a global market and serious long-term environmental implications.

Let’s dig in to the future of food!

Summary

  • Appetizer: The Problem 👉 current food systems

  • Entrée: The Solution 👉 cellular agriculture

  • Dessert: The Goods 👉 CULT portfolio

  • The Bottom Line: Your Choice 👉 eat it or profit

Appetizer: The Problem 👉 current food systems

“We need to hit net zero by 2050!” – literally everyone everywhere.

For years now, countries all over the world have pledged to do their part to help reach net zero emissions by 2050. Every year the commitments and actions grow a little stronger, but time and time again we find that we are well behind pace in our goal to limit the rise in global temperatures to 1.5°C.¹

The discussions around events such as COP26 usually center around energy (rightfully so), but something that does not get nearly enough airtime is the issue of CURRENT FOOD SYSTEMS.

Right now more than ⅓ of global greenhouse gas emissions can be linked directly to the way we produce, process, and package food.²

In fact, animal agriculture is responsible for 18% of all worldwide greenhouse gas emissions with livestock alone contributing ~14.5%.³

HOLY COW!

The problem isn’t going away either – by 2050 we’ll have around 2 billion more mouths to feed than now. By 2040, it’s estimated that meat consumption will have grown by 50% to a $1.8T market.⁴

Entrée: The Solution 👉 cellular agriculture

So how do we transition from our global reliance on inefficient and unsustainable agriculture that is putting incredible strain on the environment?

CELLULAR AGRICULTURE.

The future of food won’t be raised in a tiny cage and fed a bunch of crap to fatten it up, it will be programmed by science. This means that cells can be programmed as though they are code to literally cultivate food.

This means you can recreate your favorite wagyu ribeye sans cow!

Cultivated meat: genuine animal meat that is produced by cultivating animal cells directly in a controlled lab environment, eliminating the need to raise, farm, and kill animals for food.

The cultivated meat industry is still in its early stages, but it’s growing fast with investments in lab-grown products reaching a record $3.2B in 2020. McKinsey is estimating that it will be a $25B market by 2030.

This is where CULT Food Science comes into play!

CULT is focused on advancing and accelerating leading-edge science, research, IP and providing exposure to exciting and disruptive private companies in cultivated meat, cultured dairy, and cell-based foods.

They’re doing this by giving mainstream investors access to these revolutionary companies at the GROUND FLOOR through their first-of-its-kind in North America platform!

Dessert: The Goods 👉 CULT portfolio

This is where we get to the really exciting stuff. The dessert, if you will.

I mentioned that the industry is in its early stages, but that doesn’t mean that CULT isn’t already involved in companies that are making a real-world impact today.

Their current portfolio gives investors exposure to a diverse pipeline of young firms on the cutting-edge of cellular agriculture:

Fiction Foods: tech-first, architectural approach to food to deliver purpose-driven nutritional solutions that advance both human and environmental health

MeaTech 3D: developing an alternative to industrialized farming

Better Milk: making cow milk with mammary cells

Novel Farms: tech that aims to recreate text and texture of exquisite, marble cultured meats

Ohayo Valley Inc: A5 grade wagyu ribeye (sans cow)

MeliBio: literally creating honey WITHOUT bees!

UMAMI Meats: enabling real, sustainable seafood without sacrifice

Biftek: produces a microorganism based, natural, and cost-effective growth supplement to grow muscle stem cells

Eat Just Inc: plant-based alternatives to conventionally-produced egg products

3D Bio-Tissues: working to produce bio-equivalent tissues for clinical and cellular agriculture

Cell AG Tech: future global leader in the production of sustainable cell-cultured seafood

Mogale Meat: developing healthy & nutritious meat that’s indistinguishable from classic meat products

JellaTech: high-quality pure, animal-free collagen and gelatin

Bottom Line: Your Choice 👉 eat it or profit

Though these disruptive early-stage startups are out there, access to them has been limited. Unless you’re mega-rich or have some sort of private connection, you’re more likely to eat the future of food than profit from it.

CULT’s mission is to change that.

The companies in their portfolio are tangible examples of the scientific breakthroughs that are allowing for the adoption of cellular agriculture on a commercial scale, and they want mainstream investors to have a piece of the pie.

I mentioned a well-known phrase at the top — the riches are in the niches. The lab-grown food industry certainly qualifies as a niche right now, but considering the global nature of current food systems and the issues that come with them, I’m not so sure how long that description will be appropriate.

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