Integriculture founder Yuki Hanyu on democratizing alternative proteins, fighting zombie meat and creating new proteins

Integriculture founder Yuki Hanyu on democratizing alternative proteins, fighting zombie meat and creating new proteins

Staff Writer
Staff Writer
Pinduoduo Content Team
April 8, 2021

In this episode of Agri Matters, we speak to Yuki Hanyu, Founder of the Tokyo-based Shojinmeat Project and Integriculture to find out how the future of alternative proteins is being imagined and communicated in Japan. We discuss:1) The origins of the Shojinmeat Project and how it makes growing your own meat readily accessible2) How consumers in Japan view alternative proteins3) Regulatory environment with regard to alternative proteins in Japan

In the 2nd part of our interview with Yuki Hanyu of Integriculture, we delve into the science of Integriculture's offerings and their vision to provide B2B services for the industry. We discuss:1) Integriculture's product roadmap 2) Integriculture's unique Cul-net system and how it mimics human organs3) The R&D work that lies ahead for the industry

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