Innovation knows no bounds in this island city-state. Take just a few steps into the heart of Singapore and you’ll be taken by the state-of-the-art architecture and extensive green spaces. This progress is only the beginning of what makes Singapore an exciting place to live, visit and explore. The local appetite for the latest in culinary trends, coupled with the medley of global food cultures from China, India, and Malaysia, has established a truly vibrant food scene, from exceptional hawkers markets to award-winning, high-end dining.
Singapore has become the modern epicenter of culinary innovation in the east. Savvy tourists are flocking to the island to be a part of the movement. Recently, alternative protein sources have taken the main stage of Singapore’s culinary developments. Minimal farmland and a reliance on food imports for 90% of their consumption have pushed local governments to invest in this unique field of innovation, climate change mitigation, and progressive infrastructure. The country was the first in the world to grant regulatory approval for the distribution of cultivated meat in the form of chicken, and locals are already getting their share of its creative renditions from street food hawker stalls to gourmet eateries. This hot food city is opening up a range of possibilities for cultivated meat. As trailblazers in alternative proteins, this is just the beginning.
As the global hotspot for the alternative protein industry and a thriving tech hub, Singapore is a prime destination for Aleph Cuts, the world’s first cultivated steak. The country is pushing the boundaries of sustainability at all levels— from economic to environmental— and weaving their diverse gastronomic makeup into each of their initiatives.
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Israel is a mélange of vibrant influences. From Tel-Aviv to Jeruselm, the Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, and North African cultures (to name a few) show up in fashion, rhythms, traditions, architecture, and particularly the cuisine. And this is just the beginning.
The country has a bustling and diverse food scene waiting to be devoured by all. Abundant fish offerings on award-winning menus, fragrant grilled meats filling the street carts, and the endless vegetable offerings are available at every twist and turn. Whether modern, avant-garde renditions or classic preparations, every dish shows Israel’s vast pursuit of excellence and epicurean innovation.
Pushing culinary boundaries, Israel is committed to changing the global food system. By creating pipelines for new ventures in alternative, sustainable protein, the government has established a welcoming environment for slaughter-free meat production.
Israel has uniquely fertile ground for innovation in food tech. The strong connections forged between academia, government, and the food industry have already made it a global leader for a better food system. Israel is sponsoring research and working with policymakers, scientists, entrepreneurs, and food tech incubators to propel innovation forward. Based in Israel, Aleph Farms has the potential to become a powerhouse as the first producer of cultivated steak, with a runway for alternative protein innovation.
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Electrifying flavors abound in New York. From landmarks such as Tavern on the Green, to restaurants that have been described as the “soul of the neighborhood” like Red Rooster, New Yorks’ food scene is said to define what it means to eat and to live.
New York is a city of movement, and one built by innovators from all over the world seeking new horizons. With such an open and diverse population, there is practically no dish or ingredient you cannot find here. Gourmet food halls and hole-in-the-wall eateries, award-winning high-end dining, and humble food carts contribute to the rich culinary landscape that is New York.
The abundant and varied cuisine, coupled with locals’ quest for new flavors, is an optimal landscape for advancements in food technology. Eyes (and mouths) around the world look to the bustling metropolis of over 8 million hungry residents to set global trends, particularly when it comes to culinary innovation.
Cultivated meat easily finds a home in New York. Set in the historic Meatpacking District, Aleph’s first US headquarters will be led by skilled veterans in the food and beverage industry with expertise in global growth. Whether it is pushing for regulatory approvals, optimizing sustainability efforts, or improving animal welfare conditions, Aleph has the potential to transform how the US approaches meat. Our operational expansion in New York is key to suppoting sustainable food systems and delivering trailblazing food technology throughout the country and beyond.
Discover more of why New York is an ideal destination for Aleph Cuts, the world’s first cultivated steak, and explore these insider tips on navigating the city’s vast and varied food scene. Come and eat your way through every borough— while experiencing the invigorating flavors of sustainability and innovation.
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