The question is whether or not Future Meat will actually be able to make all of these pivots, especially within such a short timeline. Thus far they have raised $16.2 million in funding including a $14 million Series A led by S2G Ventures last October — which isn’t a lot compared to some other cultured meat companies. And regulatory challenges alone might delay the first sale of cultured meat by years (which is one of the reasons Kshuk said they’re considering Singapore, which has more government support of cellular agriculture, for their launch location).

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