“Ultimately, I want to figure out how to live in a world where I know the majority of the meat produced on that day didn’t require the slaughter of an animal. It’s not going to be easy and not always going to be peaceful, but it will be meaningful work.” – Josh Tetrick
In this mini-episode Sean Lee-Davies speaks to Josh Tetrick, the CEO of Eat Just and Good Meat about the future of cultured meat and its potential to mitigate agriculture-related climate change emissions. The duo also delve into how cultured chicken is made, how to design cultured meat for meat-lovers and Tetrick’s overall vision: to live in a world that doesn’t slaughter animals.
Prior to founding his companies, Tetrick led a United Nations business initiative in Kenya and worked for both former US President Clinton and Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. He has been named one of Fast Company’s “Most Creative People in Business,” Inc.’s “35 Under 35” and Fortune’s “40 Under 40.”
Join our subscribers and receive exclusive content and news.