A European food technology company.
Mosa Meat is making the beef burgers of the future. They don’t taste ‘just like’ meat. They are real meat. Real beef that oozes and sizzles with real fats and juices.
In 2006, scientist Mark Post and food technician Peter Verstrate met for the first time, through a government-funded program exploring the opportunities of cultured meat. After the program ended, Mark and Peter continued to try and make sustainable burgers a reality.
In 2013, they unveiled the world’s first cultured beef burger at a packed press conference in London. Just this one burger took years of research and €250,000 to make.
In 2016, Mosa Meat was incorporated and the team of scientists and engineers started to grow. Crucial technical milestones were reached, like adding fat, removing animal components from the production process, and reducing the cost.