Using microbes to convert elements of air into a sustainable protein product
- Raised $32M from Google Ventures, ADM and Barclays
- Made the world's first air-based meat
- Commercializing the most sustainable protein production process using carbon negative fermentation
Currently Operating in One Region
January 7, 2021
The company, built around 1960s-era NASA research into turning carbon dioxide into something edible, received funds from ADM Ventures, Barclays and GV.
September 28, 2021
Listen to this episode from Lead With We on Spotify. Business has the power to tackle the existential problems we face in today’s world, but first we must redirect market forces to support...
March 8, 2021
Nicola Spalding, Mar 08, 2021 We asked our network to nominate founders, leaders and innovators in the food tech space, and wow did you guys/girls come through! We were overwhelmed by...
March 1, 2021
When it comes to our food choices, beef is by far the biggest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions.
January 28, 2021
Unreasonable Collective recently made its first investment—part of a $32 million Series A round in foodtech venture Air Protein, which uses microbe technology to produce meat from elements in the air.
January 12, 2021
Unreasonable Collective has held the close of its first syndicate investment in Air Protein, a pioneer in producing nutritious, ultra-sustainable, alternative proteins that can feed the world’s...
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