United Kingdom Government Invests £12 Million in Cellular Agriculture and Cultivated Meat

The United Kingdom (UK) government is investing £12 million in the Cellular Agriculture Manufacturing Hub (CARMA), a research center focused on developing sustainable food production methods. CARMA will investigate precision fermentation and sustainable palm oil production, as well as look into scaling up the production of cultivated meat. The project will involve researchers from multiple UK universities and will run for seven years. CARMA is the biggest UK government investment in sustainable proteins to date.