Eco-Friendly

If you are looking for eco-friendly meat alternatives that use less land, energy, and water, with far less greenhouse gas emissions - Meet Meati.

Meati Produces 20 times more protein per acre than soy

Compared to soy

Meat alternatives that use less land and energy

We grow Meati in our pristine, urban farming facility, so we don't require much land aside from what's needed to grow the food our mycelium eats. Think of it this way: at scale, if we took up the same amount of land as a soy field, our yield could result in 20 times more protein. And because we grow and ship our fungi-based meat from the same location, we also save energy on less shipping and transportation. Look at you reducing your carbon footprint and eating delicious, nutritious Meati.

Meati uses 50% less water than chicken

Compared to chicken

Meat alternatives that use less water

Sadly, clean water has become a precious resource. Chickens, along with other livestock, need water to survive — and lots of it. In fact, chickens raised for meat require more water than crops like pea and soy, and of course Meati. That's how, at scale, Meati could use 97% less water than chicken.

Meati emits 99% less greenhouse gas than beef

Compared to beef

Imagine a world with less methane

Greenhouse gases trap heat in the atmosphere and influence our climate. Methane is considered a greenhouse gas, and it is emitted by domestic livestock as part of their normal digestive process (aka cow burps and toots). Cattle manure from concentrated feedlots, which is stored or managed in lagoons or holding tanks, also produces methane. Combined, industrial livestock and their manure emissions are the largest source of methane emissions in the United States. Meati's mycelium doesn't toot and is grown in an efficient, clean growing process, so at scale, Meati could emit 99% less greenhouse gasses than conventionally raised beef.

On average we could produce the meat equivalent of 4,200 cows per day

compared to conventional cattle farming

Keeping up with the demand for protein

Our mission is to provide everyone with nutritious protein forever, so we have to move fast. We’ve mastered the ability to grow our main ingredient mycelium quickly to keep up with protein demand. Get this: if we were the size of the famous Coors Brewery here in Colorado, we could produce 351,000 tons of Meati products a year! That is enough protein to meet the needs of the greater-Denver/Boulder area for a year.


*All of Meati's Eco-Friendly Statistics represent Meati at scale, the equivalent size of Coors Brewery. Statistics are not representative of how Meati operates today being a small startup.




Meati Produces 20 times more protein per acre than soy
Meati uses 50% less water than chicken
Meati emits 99% less greenhouse gas than beef
On average we could produce the meat equivalent of 4,200 cows per day

Compared to soy

Meat alternatives that use less land and energy

We grow Meati in our pristine, urban farming facility, so we don't require much land aside from what's needed to grow the food our mycelium eats. Think of it this way: at scale, if we took up the same amount of land as a soy field, our yield could result in 20 times more protein. And because we grow and ship our fungi-based meat from the same location, we also save energy on less shipping and transportation. Look at you reducing your carbon footprint and eating delicious, nutritious Meati.

Compared to chicken

Meat alternatives that use less water

Sadly, clean water has become a precious resource. Chickens, along with other livestock, need water to survive — and lots of it. In fact, chickens raised for meat require more water than crops like pea and soy, and of course Meati. That's how, at scale, Meati could use 97% less water than chicken.

Compared to beef

Imagine a world with less methane

Greenhouse gases trap heat in the atmosphere and influence our climate. Methane is considered a greenhouse gas, and it is emitted by domestic livestock as part of their normal digestive process (aka cow burps and toots). Cattle manure from concentrated feedlots, which is stored or managed in lagoons or holding tanks, also produces methane. Combined, industrial livestock and their manure emissions are the largest source of methane emissions in the United States. Meati's mycelium doesn't toot and is grown in an efficient, clean growing process, so at scale, Meati could emit 99% less greenhouse gasses than conventionally raised beef.

compared to conventional cattle farming

Keeping up with the demand for protein

Our mission is to provide everyone with nutritious protein forever, so we have to move fast. We’ve mastered the ability to grow our main ingredient mycelium quickly to keep up with protein demand. Get this: if we were the size of the famous Coors Brewery here in Colorado, we could produce 351,000 tons of Meati products a year! That is enough protein to meet the needs of the greater-Denver/Boulder area for a year.


*All of Meati's Eco-Friendly Statistics represent Meati at scale, the equivalent size of Coors Brewery. Statistics are not representative of how Meati operates today being a small startup.




The Meati Mission

Help provide nutritious protein to everyone - forever.