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May 16, 2024

Ivy Farm Technologies partners with Synbio Powerlabs to scale up cultivated meat production

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  • Ivy Farm Technologies, a UK-based cultivated meat company, has partnered with Synbio Powerlabs, a Finnish synthetic biology firm, to scale the production of cultivated meat to industrial levels.

  • Through this partnership, Synbio will provide Ivy Farm access to its new production facility, slated to be operational in 2025. This facility will house 10,000 l, 27,000 l, and 250,000 l bioreactors and is expected to be the world’s largest facility of its kind. Ivy Farms expects to be the first to demonstrate the scalability of mammalian cells in food-grade vessels at this level. 

  • Analyst QuickTake: In August 2022 , Ivy Farms unveiled its 18,000 sq ft cultivated meat facility, housing 600 l bioreactors and an annual capacity of 2.8 tons. This new collaboration will significantly increase its production capacity and help with its pledge to produce 12,000 tons of cultivated meat by 2025 while reducing risks associated with scaling production and maintaining its CAPEX-light approach.

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