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Future Fields

Cell growth media for lab grown meat

We make the most important ingredient for lab grown meat - cell growth media. We make cell growth media 1000 times cheaper than anyone else through our novel production system. Future Fields started out as a lab grown meat company, focusing on chicken products. We developed our first prototype using cell culture media available on the market today. With this, the price of our chicken was $3000 US per lb. Would you buy a really good chicken nugget for $300? Probably not. We prioritized overcoming this hurdle first, and we were successful! We developed an entirely new way of producing growth factors - which are the key (and most expensive) component of cell culture media. We realized this technology could solve the same problem all lab grown meat companies face. Given our mission to singlehandedly kickstart the next agricultural revolution, we decided to pivot and focus on enabling the entire industry to succeed. Our cell culture media is affordable, scalable, and fully customizable to meet the specific needs of individual cell lines, from pork to kangaroo, and everything in between.

Future Fields
Founded2018
Team Size7
LocationEdmonton, Canada

Jalene Anderson-Baron

I obtained my MA from the University of Alberta and have worked in diverse analytical capacities over the past decade, focused on environmental and social causes. I'm a critical thinker with a keen attention to detail and the ability to turn big ideas into reality. I have extensive experience in health and social research, project management, stakeholder engagement, and policy planning, implementation and advocacy.

Jalene Anderson-Baron
Future Fields

Matt Anderson-Baron

I am a biotech entrepreneur with a background in the biological sciences. I am a co-founder of Future Fields, a Canadian start-up working to enable cellular agriculture commercialization through cost-effective, scalable, and custom growth media. I obtained a PhD in cell biology from the University of Alberta and was one of the first Canadian grant recipients in the field of cellular agriculture.

Matt Anderson-Baron
Future Fields

Lejjy Gafour

I am an entrepreneur experienced in systems design, design thinking, product development, and strategy with over 10 years of experience in both private and public enterprises. I have previously started 2 of my own businesses and helped launch multiple apps & websites serving millions of users. I have executed strategy and transformation projects for everything from leading financial institutions to a world class university. I am also Board Chair & Treasurer at Cellular Agriculture Canada.

Lejjy Gafour
Future Fields