Announcing our bold, new campaign: "Cellular Agriculture for the Public Good."

Save the date! New Harvest 2022 will be June 9 and 10 in NYC

After a two-year hiatus, we are bringing back New Harvest’s annual conference. The event will be live and in-person.

Published February 9, 2022 | Updated August 17, 2022 | Meera Zassenhaus

Save the date for New Harvest 2022, June 9 and 10 in NYC


New Harvest 2022 will be a live, in-person event about the emerging field of cellular agriculture—the growing of animal products like meat, milk, and eggs from cells instead of animals.

For two days, researchers, companies, students, policymakers, investors, artists, activists, journalists, skeptics, early adopters, and everyone in between will convene in Brooklyn, New York to discuss the future of cultured meat and other cell-cultured foods. We will explore the latest scientific breakthroughs and commercial developments, and think critically about the multiple futures of food we can create with this technology.


New Harvest 2022
June 9 and 10
Newlab in Brooklyn, NY

This will be New Harvest’s 5th annual cellular agriculture event after a two-year hiatus due to Covid-19. We will be bringing back the elephant in the room theme originally slated for our ultimately-canceled 2020 event.

Tickets will go on sale on soon, as will application forms to volunteer, exhibit, sponsor, and speak at the event. Keep an eye on the conference website for further updates, and make sure you’re signed up for our newsletter to be the first to hear when early bird tickets go live.

All tickets purchased for New Harvest 2020, which was canceled due to Covid-19, will be honored and transferred to this year’s event. Once the ticket portal goes live, we will have a special code for you to re-register for free. If you purchased a ticket for New Harvest 2020 but cannot attend New Harvest 2022, we are happy to issue you a refund. Please email and we will get you squared away ASAP!

About the Authors
Meera Zassenhaus is Communications and Media Manager at New Harvest.