The MOU signals the formation of a cellular agriculture cluster across the country with the goal of addressing climate and food crises, the groups said.

“We are working on groundbreaking technologies to overcome key challenges in the cultivated meat field,” TissenBioFarm CEO Wonil Han said in a statement. “Once it is done, South Korea will be a global game changer in the field.”

Source: 28 of South Korea’s Cultivated Meat Stakeholders Sign MOU to Advance the Industry