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About Mission Barns
Mission Barns uses cell culture techniques, novel bioprocess engineering, and tissue engineering to grow meat from animal cells for sustainability, public health, and animal welfare reasons. Focused on cultivating fat, the company is based in a 34,000 sq. ft. facility in San Francisco, which hosts its pilot manufacturing plant. Its latest public funding round was a $24m Series A in 2021.
2 articles about Mission Barns
Mission Barns partners with Silva Sausage Co., completes first-ever scaled-up manufacturing run of a product containing cultivated meat.
New partnership agreement with Silva Sausage begins with a landmark production run of sausages containing Mission Barns’ proprietary cultivated fat, Mission Fat™.
Mission Barns Raises $24M Series A to Scale Up its Cultivated Fat Technology and Build Pilot Production Facility
Silicon Valley-based cellular agriculture company Mission Barns today announced a $24M Series A to scale up its cultivated fat technology and build a pilot manufacturing plant in the Bay Area.