South Korean start-up, TissenBioFarm, raised $1.6 million in Pre-A rounds/ food tech news Asia
South Korean start-up, TissenBioFarm, raised $1.6 million in Pre-A rounds

Recently, South Korean cell-cultured meat start-up, TissenBioFarm, raised US$1.6 million in Pre-A rounds and plans to take the leading position in the South Korean protein market. TissenBioFarm is a bio food tech company that uses world-class artificial organ development technology to create cultured meat for edible use.

TissenBioFarm indicates that the new funding was . . .

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