This week, our CEO, Dr. Hamid Noori, had the privilege of hosting a delegation led by Sabine Sparwasser, Germany’s ambassador to Canada, Kristina Thony, Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany in Toronto, and Yvonne Denz, CEO and president of German Chambers of Commerce Abroad (AHK), at our state-of-the-art facility in Burlington, Ontario.
We solve key challenges of scalable alternative protein production and provide our solutions as physical goods or licensable know-how to multiple industries.
Humanity is facing global challenges as key resources are diminishing.
Difficulties in industrial scalability, reaching price parity for high quality and high yields of proteins.
The Cultivated B unlocks the full potential of biotechnology by taking it from the laboratory environment to industrial commodities.
While on the surface industries and their needs may look different …
Demand for alternative proteins, improved animal welfare, sustainability and efficiency at scale.
Explore naturally sourced ingredients, overcome limiting factors, high yield and cost-effectiveness.
Cosmetic & Personal Care
Animal free & vegan products, high-value materials for the conscious consumer, effectiveness and efficiency.
… our biotechnological approaches serve all these sectors efficiently.
We adjust based on the specific demand of your industry.
We provide highly innovative and science-driven biotechnology and bioengineering for the cellular agriculture, pharmaceutical, cosmetic and personal care industries. For sales inquiries, please contact our sales team.
News and press releases
The Cultivated B and McMaster Engineering Sign Memorandum of Understanding for Cellular Agriculture Initiatives
BURLINGTON, Ontario, Sept. 19, 2023 – The signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Sept. 18 between The Cultivated B (TCB) and McMaster University’s Faculty of Engineering affirmed a commitment to ongoing collaboration on cellular agriculture projects and talent development.... Read more
The Cultivated B Initiated Pre-Submission Process towards EFSA Certification for Cultivated Sausage
The Cultivated B (TCB) began discussions with the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and officially entered the pre-submission process for novel food approval of a novel or non-farmed sausage product. Subsequent to the official submission, TCB will emerge as world’s first biotech company to apply for EFSA certification for cultivated meat. This is a pivotal first step in the evolution of the cultivated meat market and establishes a viable path towards large-scale commercial production.... Read more