May 18, 2023

The 1st Gathering of Canadian Cell Ag Ecosystem

Last week, we had the pleasure of bringing together 34 individuals from 30 different organizations across the cellular agriculture ecosystem in Canada. Co-hosted by New Harvest and Transition Accelerator on La Cité College’s campus in Ottawa, we held a first-of-its-kind workshop focused on addressing Canada’s unique value proposition in this emerging space. We believe this meeting was the […]

April 19, 2023

Phase II of the Cultured Meat Safety Initiative is Complete

We brought together 48 governmental scientists and regulators from 15 countries to reflect on the safety of cultured meat.

December 7, 2022

Announcing our collaborative cell ag textbook project

Alongside an illustrious editorial team, we’re co-creating the go-to reference for the field.

November 25, 2022

New Harvest Absorbs Cellular Agriculture Canada

We will be elevating and carrying on Cellular Agriculture Canada’s legacy through our work in Canada and beyond.

Logos and descriptions of thirteen cellular agriculture companies based in Canada, from Cellular Agriculture: Canada's $12.5 Billion Opportunity in Food Innovation
August 30, 2022

Launching New Harvest Canada Inc.

Resources, talent, and infrastructure: Why expanding into Canada is important for the cellular agriculture ecosystem everywhere

New Harvest logo
December 7, 2021

New Harvest submits recommendation to USDA for how to label cell-cultured meat and poultry

We ask that the USDA follows a descriptive, rather than prescriptive, approach to naming.

October 12, 2021

New Harvest publishes cell ag’s first safety paper

An unprecedented example of collective action, 50 leading companies shared previously unpublished details about their manufacturing process with New Harvest to inform safety recommendations for cell-cultured meat and seafood.

April 18, 2021

Cellular Agriculture and Food Security in Canada

We are excited to announce a collaboration with Dr. Lenore Newman and Dr. Robert Newell at the University of Fraser Valley Food and Agriculture Institute (FAI) to investigate the viability of localized cellular agriculture industry in Canada.