The Tyson Ventures and Neto Group-backed cellular meat startup will use the series A funding to launch its pilot manufacturing plant.

Future Meat Technologies, the Israel-based cellular meat technology developer backed by food producers Tyson Foods and Neto Group, has completed a $14m series A round led by venture capital firm S2G Ventures. VC firms Emerald Technology Ventures and Manta Ray Ventures also participated in the round, as did food technology-focused accelerator and VC fund Bits…

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