MeaTech is an international food-tech company, which is at the forefront of the cultured meat revolution. Traded on Nasdaq under the symbol “MITC”. The company began operations in 2019, with facilities in the science park in Ness Ziona, Israel, in Antwerp, Belgium, and began expansion to California, USA. The company believes that cultured meat technology has significant potential in improving meat production processes, streamlining the supply chain and expanding the range of products available today. MeaTech aims to be an alternative to industrialized agriculture, thereby reducing the serious problems associated with raising animals for industrial purposes such as carbon footprint, inefficient use of water resources and animal welfare. By adopting a modular production structure, MeaTech will be able to offer sustainable solutions for a variety of meat types, including beef, chicken and pork, both as raw materials and as whole cuts; and also provide production lines.
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2.4.1 The amount of agricultural land in productive and sustainable agriculture that the company uses is measured in square meters once a year. Compared to the conventional beef industry.
9.4.1 The carbon footprint of the company and the products, reports once a year in CO2e.
13.2.1 Supporting national strategies to deal with climate change through the production of cultured meat and avoiding greenhouse gas emissions. Measured as a carbon footprint of the company and the product, reported once a year as CO2e.
6.4.1 Change in the efficiency of water use during the production process of a kilogram of cultured meat, compared to the conventional meat industry. Measured once a year, in cubic meters of water.
7.2.1 Energy use during the production process of a kilogram of cultured meat, compared to the conventional meat industry. Measured once a year, in kWh.