A decade after cofounder Dr. Mark Post unveiled the world’s first beef burger made from animal cells grown outside of an animal, Dutch cultivated meat startup Mosa Meat has opened a 30,000sq ft ‘scale-up plant’ in Maastricht as it edges closer to commercialization.

Part of a 79,000sq ft facility at the new Mosa C.A.M.P.U.S. (Center for Advanced Meat Production, Upscaling, and Sustainability), the plant will initially have the capacity to make tens of thousands of cultivated burgers a year from 1,000-liter bioreactors.

Source: Mosa Meat opens new facility in Maastricht, sees ‘a clear path towards price parity’ for cultivated meat