Eat Just to Have Its Lab-Grown Meat Served at a Restaurant in Singapore. Josh Tetrick, CEO of Eat Just, had at least one thing to be grateful for this Thanksgiving: Regulators in Shortly after winning the race to become the first to gain regulatory approval for cultured meat in Singapore, Eat Just has announced that it has now made the world’s first-ever commercial sale of cell-based meat for human consumption to a restaurant in Singapore. Launching in a global first, this revolutionary product from food-science firm Eat Just will be exclusively available at Leonie’s restaurant housed in private social club 1880, after Eat Just received a regulatory approval grant to sell their cultured chicken bites commercially in Singapore … The cell-cultured chicken will eventually be produced under Eat Just’s new GOOD Meat brand through partnerships with local manufacturers and go on sale to restaurants before it is available to consumers. Eat Just will start offering lab-grown chicken meat in Singapore after gaining regulatory approval from the Singapore Food Agency (SFA). Eat Beyond Global Holdings Inc., an investment issuer focused on the global plant-based and alternative food sector, is announcing that its portfolio company, San Francisco-based Eat Just Inc., is the world's first company to have its lab-grown meat served in a restaurant. Research increasingly shows that of all things you can do to eat healthier, start with the egg in your skillet. The protein content of JUST Egg is also comparable to an egg, making for a satisfying breakfast to keep you fueled all day. Eat Just has been working for approval by the Singapore Food Agency for about two years. JUST Egg requires less land, water and carbon emissions to make than conventional eggs. Eat Just Inc. said it made history last weekend when its cultured meat was the first ever cultured meat to be sold and served at a restaurant. On Saturday, lab-grown chicken made by U.S. start-up Eat Just will make its historic debut at restaurant 1880 in Singapore, after the country's food agency approved the sale of … Safety and quality control determined that it also meets poultry standards. To do this, it had to meet food safety requirements for fresh foods and consistently demonstrate the process of producing a cell-fed chicken. Planet Health. A lab-grown meat product received the world's first regulatory approval as food safety officials in Singapore cleared the way for the sale of "cultured chicken" made by U.S. startup Eat Just… Eat Just, maker of meat and egg substitutes, got the okay to sell its laboratory-created chicken in Singapore Egg-substitute maker Eat Just Inc. plans to build and operate its first plant protein facility in Singapore, with investment from a consortium led by Proterra Investment Partners Asia Pte.