The Israeli cultivated meat company Aleph Farms is laying off about 30 out of around 100 employees, amounting to 30% of the company’s workforce. This comes despite the company’s recent initial approval from the Ministry of Health for the marketing of its products (pre-marketing approval) and its emergence in recent years as one of the world’s leading companies in the cultivated meat industry.

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  1. […] Cultivated meat startup Aleph Farms lays off 30% of staff June 6, 2024The Israeli cultivated meat company Aleph Farms is laying off about 30 out of around 100 employees, amounting to 30% of the company’s workforce. This comes despite the company’s recent initial approval from the Ministry of Health for the marketing of its products (pre-marketing approval) and its emergence in recent… Read more: Cultivated meat startup Aleph Farms lays off 30% of staff […]

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