Recreating the full composition, functionality and taste of milk using the latest cutting edge innovation in biotech
- Have been able to reduce the price of their milk dramatically from $800/ltr to $80/ltr to $30/ltr within just 1.5 years.
- Team has 20+ full-time PhDs spread across 6 divisions to aggressively develop the product to full commercialization.
- Raised $40 million to date, including a $30 million Series A round in 2021. Investors include Verso Capital, KBW Ventures and Green Monday Ventures.
October 29, 2020
Business News -Can milk be made in a laboratory instead of from cows or humans - and can it taste just as good?. Read more at straitstimes.com.Read on The Straits Times »
May 27, 2022
Would you eat cultivated meats grown in a lab from animal cells? Tatler explores whether they are really more sustainable and if they will find a permanent place on Asia’s chicest dining tablesRead on Tatler Asia »
March 30, 2022
An Interview With Martita MesteyRead on Medium »
October 29, 2021
Singaporean biotech startup, TurtleTree, expects to launch its first products in the U.S. using its cell-based dairy ingredients through multiple B2B partnerships, and fully commercialize its...Read on Forbes »
August 18, 2021
A new crop of founders in the future of food is emerging around the world: women.Read on Rolling Stone »
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