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RALEIGH-BASED STARTUP CEO LAUDED, LANDS ON FORBES 30 UNDER 30

December 13, 2021

Stephanie Michelsen, 27, is being recognized by Forbes. She made their prestigious 30 under 30 list.

FOOD INGREDIENTS FIRST: JELLATECH EXEC EYES GROWTH FOR ANIMAL-FREE COLLAGEN AND GELATIN AS SCALE-UP IS ON THE HORIZON

May 11, 2021

US-based biotech company Jellatech is tapping into the growing demand for collagen and gelatin ingredients without the use of animals.

JELLATECH OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE: JELLATECH ANNOUNCES $2M PRE-SEED ROUND

April 21, 2021

The funding will enable Jellatech to further develop their cell-based, animal-free collagen and gelatin with applications in various industries, such as food & beverage, skincare & cosmetics, and medical & pharmaceutical.

 
 

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JELLATECH CARVES NOVEL PATH IN ALT PROTEIN MARKET WITH ANIMAL-FREE, CELL-BASED COLLAGEN, GELATIN

February 4, 2021

Right now, you can extract collagen proteins from animal skin, bones, and connective tissue, or you can produce them via microbial fermentation, without slaughtering animals (engineering bacteria to produce the target proteins). But there’s also a third approach, says Raleigh-based startup Jellatech.

NEWPROTEIN.NET: BIOTECH START-UP JELLATECH IS ON A MISSION TO PRODUCE ANIMAL-FREE GELATIN AND COLLAGEN

December 12, 2020

The portfolio of animal-based food ingredients developed using cellular agriculture keeps expanding.
B2B biotech start-up Jellatech announced the launch of their cell culture-based collagen and gelatin for applications in the food and beverages, cosmetics, and pharma industries.

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BIG IDEA VENTURES: HOW US START-UP JELLATECH MANAGED TO CRACK THE SECRET TO LAB-GROWN COLLAGEN

November 26, 2020

An American company, Jellatech, have pioneered the technique of growing collagen in a laboratory. In time it will provide a replacement for the technique of creating gelatine by boiling bones and ligaments (typically the waste bi-product of the meat industry).

GREENQUEEN: JUST LAUNCHED JELLATECH TO CREATE SUSTAINABLE, ANIMAL-FREE COLLAGEN & GELATIN

November 13, 2020

Launched this month, Jellatech is a new biotech startup specialising in creating animal-free and slaughter-free collagen and gelatin by growing cells in a bioreactor. The company says that its ingredients will be purer, safer and more sustainable than its conventionally-made counterparts, and can be applied to remove animals from multiple supply chains, from the food sector to cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries.

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THE SPOON: JELLATECH TO MAKE ANIMAL-FREE, CELL CULTURE-BASED GELATIN

November 12, 2020

In a world where companies are using labs to create cell-based beef, cell-based chicken and cell-based fish, creating cell-based gelatin seems like a no-brainer.

CELLAGRI: JELLATECH LAUNCHES FIRST CELL-BASED COLLAGEN AND GELATIN COMPANY

November 11, 2020

Jellatech aims to unlock the full functionality of collagen and gelatin by growing and harvesting the protein directly from animal cells. Instead of having animals in a farm, we have cells in a farm

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JELLATECH OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE: JELLATECH LAUNCH

November 4, 2020

Jellatech launches as the World's first cell-based collagen and gelatin ingredient company. Jellatech is on a mission to transform the collagen and gelatin market by harvesting pure, high quality gelatin and collagen from cells instead of from animals.

FORBES: CELL-BASED COLLAGEN COMPANY LOOKS TO DISRUPT TRADITIONAL SUPPLY CHAINS FOR A BETTER WORLD

November 4, 2020

Animal collagen is typically extracted by boiling animal carcasses leftover from slaughter. Jellatech’s platform avoids this messy process by culturing animal cells in a lab.