Time for a May Recap: Our CEO and Managing Director Dr. Hamid Noori participated in the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) colloquium in Brussels, Belgium!
A recent publication of The Good Food Institute spotlights the alternative protein landscape in Germany: food and life science industries are pioneering development along the whole production chain, and Germany is positioned “to play a leading role in shaping the protein transition”!
Looking forward to The Payments Canada SUMMIT in Toronto where TCB has been invited by BMO, one of the event’s lead sponsors. Meet our CEO Dr. Hamid Noori as an expert speaker at the following informative session: “Cross-Border Banking: Setting Your Business up for Successful Cross-Border Operations”
We proudly announce leaving stealth mode with our subsidiary PreFer Industries! Alongside TCB Canada and the innovation hub, our Canadian facility will house PreFer Industries, a subsidiary of The Cultivated B, which focuses on the development of alternative, particularly plant-based protein sources, through precision fermentation.
“We are taking a complicated specialist technology and transforming it into a system that can be used by anyone.” Go to Nature today and read about our bioreactors for the factory floor. For multiple industries this significant technology is currently facing challenges of scaling up and a capacity crunch at the same time.
This week Halton Region published their annual economic review 2022 and highlighted The Cultivated B. As one of the key investments in the region with around $50 million, we are excited to shape the local economy and drive the cellular agriculture industry onward.