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FoodBev Media is thrilled to announce the launch of The Cell Base magazine, an exciting new publication that covers all corners of the fast-growing cell-based food arena.

Launching this week, The Cell Base is the first B2B magazine dedicated solely to the cell-based food sector, providing readers with unrivalled insights into the area’s current developments, as well as being an essential guide to the future of the segment.

The first magazine issue is free and launching in digital format, you can read it here or at the link at the bottom of this article.

Subsequent issues will be available in both print and digital via subscription.

The publication explores market trends and analysis, offers expert insights and provides exclusive in-depth coverage of the latest movements from the sector. It serves as a hub for critical information, allowing readers to stay up to date with the segment’s latest advancements, trends and innovations.

Phoebe Fraser, editor of The Cell Base, commented: "The Cell Base is not just a magazine; it's a catalyst for transformation in the cell-based food industry. We're thrilled to present our first issue, which brings together influential voices and the latest developments in this sector. With each quarterly release, we aim to be at the forefront of change, shaping the future of food production."

She continued: “Our vision is to inspire a shift in the paradigm of how we produce and consume food. Cellular agriculture holds the key to addressing some of the most pressing challenges of our time, forging a smarter, more sustainable food system that could mitigate the environmental impact of traditional protein production.”

“As a platform, The Cell Base is a meeting place for innovators and thought leaders. We believe that through collaboration, information sharing and in-depth exploration of the latest technologies and trends, we can drive real change in this fast-evolving industry.”

A glimpse inside issue one

In the inaugural issue of The Cell Base, readers will find a wealth of thought-provoking content, including an in-depth analysis of the industry's current state and where it's headed, an exploration of the latest advancements in 3D bioprinting and a critical look at the evolving attitudes of consumers towards cell-based products.

The issue also includes an interview with Upside Foods, whose cultivated chicken is being sold to US consumers, a recap of the recent Future of Protein Production event in Amsterdam and a guest contribution from BioBetter’s CEO Amit Yaari.

As the sector continues to evolve, The Cell Base is committed to providing stakeholders with the knowledge, connections and insights they need to thrive in this dynamic landscape.

Future issues will discuss topics such as companies harnessing the power of precision fermentation, players working to develop cultivated fat, bioreactor designs and scale-up challenges.

The magazine's digital presence extends beyond the quarterly publication. You can engage with The Cell Base through various channels including our website (, social media, newsletters and exclusive events – keep an eye out for webinars hosted by The Cell Base to foster networking and knowledge exchange.

FoodBev introduces its debut edition of The Cell Base magazine

Phoebe Fraser

24 October 2023

FoodBev introduces its debut edition of The Cell Base magazine

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