8:00 am Registration & Breakfast

8:50 am Chair’s Opening Remarks

9:00 am Keynote Presentation: Encouraging the Cultural Shift to Cell-Based Meat

  • Blake Byrne Business Innovation Specialist, The Good Food Institute

Synopsis

  • Outline what can be done to encourage public acceptance of cell-based meat
  • Discuss where the layperson’s major hang-ups around cell-based meat lie

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF CELL-BASED MEAT PRODUCTION

9:30 am Quantifying the Real-World Impact of Cell-Based Meats

Synopsis

  • Identify the unexplored areas in which cell-based meats could impact the environment
  • Discuss what companies should be aware of when outlining their scale up and commercialization strategies

10:00 am Panel Discussion: Working Together to Minimize the Environmental Impact of Cell-based Meat on the Environment

  • Isaac Emery Principal Consutant & Founder, Informed Sustainability Consulting
  • Fengru Lin Co Founder, Turtle Tree Labs

Synopsis

  • Discuss what we can deduce about potential negative results cell-based meat might have on the environment
  • Consider scenarios that could result in Cell-Based meats getting a bad rap and discuss how the industry can be prepared for these issues in order to form a united front against resultant misinformation and reputation damage

10:30 am Morning Refreshments & Networking

PREDICTING & PREPARING FOR PRODUCT PERCEPTION CHALLENGES

11:00 am Why Cultured Meat Should Matter for the Animal Rights Movement

Synopsis

  • Analysis on why GAIA focuses on cultured meat
  • Actions undertaken and planned as facilitator
  • About false friends and true enemies
  • The development of a broad strategy

11:30 am Mastermind: The Name Game – Working out Accepted Terminology

Synopsis

The way we all talk about cell-based meat affects not just the way that we see it, but the way the potential market will perceive any cell cultured meat product.
The aim of this session is to analyze the current language being used throughout the field and assess whether it is both accurate and appropriate. Having uniform language that is recognized across the field is central to providing clarity both internally, but also externally

  • At your tables discuss the terminology on the worksheet, give your preferred term and an explanation as to why that word is preferable
  • The sheets will be collected after and sent out after the summit ends the responses will be collated and sent out

FINDING CLARITY ON THE CURRENT REGULATORY LANDSCAPE

12:30 pm Meeting the Food Regulations from Technical Point of View

  • Yuki Hanyu Chief Executive Officer, Integriculture

Synopsis

  • Regulatory landscape of cell-based meat
  • How IntegriCulture Inc. adapts to local food regulations
  • Communicating with the public on food regulations and cellular agriculture

12:30 pm Lunch & Networking

1:30 pm Updates on the Joint Regulation of Cell-Based Meats in the US

Synopsis

  • Since the announcement from the FDA & USDA on March 7th, 2019, there has been a distinct need for clarity on how this interdepartmental structure works and how it affects novel food applications
  • Outline the regulatory pathway that is currently available to cell-based meat developers

1:45 pm Panel Discussion: Working with US Regulators to Outline a Clear Framework for Industry Regulation & Looking at Regulators Abroad

Synopsis

  • Take apart challenges that are currently being experienced by companies in the space
  • Discuss what is known about Asian & European regulators

2:15 pm Afternoon Refreshments

INVESTMENT, FUNDING & COLLABORATION

2:45 pm Taking an Open-Source Approach to Collaboration in Cultured Meat

Synopsis

  • Discuss the current challenges with regard to secrecy across the field and how this has had an impact on research and development
  • Hear how to form win-win relationships with academics to advance both side’s closer to their end goals

3:15 pm Building a New Company in the Cell-Based Meats Space

Synopsis

  • Ideal for Start-Ups – discuss issues that are building a resilient and well-equipped company structure for the fast-moving biotechnology space
  • Discuss unique facets of the cell-based meat space that you must account for

3:45 pm Panel Discussion: Advancing the Field Without Compromising Company Interests

Synopsis

  • Discuss the current feeling in the field about secrecy and how it could impact the advancement of this field
  • With concerns rising globally about the environment and increasing population, how can companies collaborate in the future to advance this important space?
  • Are there any areas that could be the primary focus for a cell-based meat consortium, similar to that of the Alliance for Meat, Poultry, and Seafood Innovation

4:15 pm The innovation landscape of cultivated meat industry in Asia

Synopsis

  • An overview of the cultivated meat research in Asia
  • The work and network of cultivated meat industry in India
  • Introducing ClearMeat: the first cultivated meat company from India

4:45 pm Chair’s Closing Remarks & End of Summit