You Won't Believe in which Market DiCaprio is Investing his Fortune

You Won't Believe in which Market DiCaprio is Investing his Fortune

Hollywood star began investing in cultivated meat, find out all the details in this article. Read on!

Hollywood star began investing in cultivated meat, find out all the details in this article. Read on!

Leonardo Di Caprio decided to bet on two startups that develop meat from animal cells, Aleph Farms and Mosa Meat, invest capital in them and become one of their advisors.

"Mosa Meat and Aleph Farms offer new ways to meet the world's demand for beef, while solving some of the most pressing problems in today's industrial beef production," he added.

"One of the most effective ways to fight the climate crisis is to transform our food system," said the artist in a joint statement by the two companies.

Israeli cultured meat company founded in 2017, Aleph Farms, announced that actor Leonardo DiCaprio invested in the company and will join its advisory board. DiCaprio also bets on Dutch cultured meat company Mosa Meat.

DiCaprio also bets on Dutch cultured meat company Mosa Meat.

Regarding his investment, DiCaprio assured that "one of the most impactful ways to combat the climate crisis is to transform our food system." "Mosa Meat and Aleph Farms offer new ways to meet global demand for beef, while solving some of the most important problems in today's industrial beef production. I am excited to join them as an advisor and investor, as they are preparing to introduce cultivated beef to consumers, "he remarked.

Di Caprio invested in Rehovot-based Aleph Farms as part of its $105 million funding round completed in July. The amount of the investment of the renowned artist was not disclosed.

In addition, the protagonist of Titanic is already an investor in the company of hamburgers, sausages and meatballs of vegetable origin Beyond Meat, he did not specify how much he will invest in the two companies.

In recent years, several startups have entered the field of cultured meat, which promises to produce animal protein with less environmental impact than intensive agriculture.

The other company is Mosa Meat is a Dutch company co-founded by Mark Post, the first to present to the public a portion of minced meat "in vitro" made with cow stem cells in 2013.

The other company is Mosa Meat is a Dutch company co-founded by Mark Post, the first to present to the public a portion of minced meat "in vitro" made with cow stem cells in 2013.

Advocates of alternative meat see these companies as a critical component in tackling climate change.

Conventional livestock management is a source of greenhouse gases due to the felling of trees to make room for livestock and due to emissions from the animals themselves.

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