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That’s a definite yes. A 2011 study found that clean meat produces 78 to 96 percent lower greenhouse gas emissions, uses 99 percent less land and between 82 and 92 percent less water. Research at the Good Food Institute has concluded that a cell culture the size of one chicken egg can produce a million times more meat than a chicken barn stacked with 20,000 chickens, according to Emery. Energy costs, too, are much lower — and no animal parts are wasted, he adds.“We won’t be growing the bones and the skin and the intestines that take up resources,” Emery says. “We’ll be vastly more efficient in the land we use.”
RE: BBC 1 , Monday 25th 9.00pm 'Meat, a threat to our planet?'25 Nov '19
Just watched the BBC programme, things have to change as the planet cannot support conventional meat production . People will still want to eat meat and ANIC are on the right track. I will add to my portfolio in the coming years, happy to join in .
Skier, what a load of ******. If they achieve their target fund raise, their mkt cap will be circa £26 mill, and their value will in effect remain the same, since new shares will come on the market at the same price more or less as the current sp. it’s NAV will be the cash plus it’s current NAV based on valuation of its current investments, and current cash pile...
Careful what you sYbhere. The company DOES NOT NOW have an extra £20 million as you have stated. The fund raise doesn’t close till 29th November, and as they have pointed out, they reserve the right to alter the size of the placing, and the sp at which shares are offered depending on a number of factors - placing demand, prevailing value of company etc.
Your statement therefore was premature, inaccurate and misleading....
Notwithstanding that if they pull off the fund raising at anywhere near their target it may open up opportunities that they can’t take advantage of right now, which may be positive for the company’s future... L.
RE: Master Investor article by Agronomics PLC Analyst13 Nov '19
Joe, in one of her previous articles published on Master Investor, Laura Turner made mention of the company Rebellyous Foods amongst others .Shortly afterwards , Agronomics had announced an investment in the company . That's why I found the mention of Richard Branson in yesterday's article quite interesting.
Laura Turner of Agronomics reports on the International Cultured Meat Conference in Maastricht, where industry insurgents are targeting a $7.3 trillion meat, poultry and seafood market by 2025.
Worth a read of yesterday's article by Agronomics plc analyst , Laura Turner . Mention is made of Richard Branson's investments in the Cultured meat industry . I wonder if any big hitting names will be involved in the upcoming placing round this month.
Any audit of the holdings would assess them based on, amongst other things, the price achieved via find raises. Ergo the book value shown for the investments to date are probably inline with what any auditor would come up with.
Also these investments don’t need to fully mature to gain value. We have already seen one of the investments raise money at a higher price than what ANIC paid initially. As the investments (hopefully!) progress through their fund raising rounds then IF these are also at higher prices then the NAV will rise accordingly. I see this fund raise as very good news. Clearly they believe there is money wanting to come into the sector which bodes very well for their investments also backing ‘hot’ money as we go through the funding levels.
It’s also clear that ANIC are getting in at ground level on a lot of their stakes. That of course increases risk but also hugely increase ms the potential upside.
You either trust the BOD that they can spot a winner or you don’t...not for the faint hearted that’s for sure but in no way will you have to wait years and years to find out if some of the companies they are backing are adding value or not.
A completely nascent, game changing area that for me is well worth the risk as a small blue sky punt
I think most understood it was coming. The unaudited value of their holdings is described as 5.5p,if some of their investments are thoroughly checked out it would appear they are nothing more than concept ideas being put into place. As such a massive £20 million fund raise is at risk of further dilution down the line to make up for the inevitable losses. Right now the SII even with the fund raising is acceptable but it wont be when it SII get into the billion +plus Because of the high new business failure rate in the USA it can be envisioned that this sp is close to its maximum until at least one of the investments bears product. The risk of having the existing investments audited would result in a substantial reduction in new share issue price add in they are looking to foreign shores with less ethical means of transacting business than Stateside or Europe It is also to be bourne in mind that their will be no return for several years while the investments mature or fail The non audited value raise a serious question mark over the real value of the companies holdings So any decent rise in the sp for trading spikes is likely to be muted probably non existent. An interesting watch for the moment. Good luck to all who disagree or otherwise.