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Faux shrimp and veggie burgers that bleed: the future of fake meat (KQED Radio)

The new wave of plant-based proteins (SF Chronicle, may 2017)

"In these early, heady days of the world's most authentic faux shrimp, buyer interest has already been expressed by UC Berkeley, the Vancouver Aquarium and, yes, a Las Vegas casino."

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meet the women leading the future of food (Forbes, march 2017)

"With Co-founder/CEO Dominique Barnes’ background in marine biodiversity and Co-founder/CTO Michelle Wolf’s education in materials science and engineering, the two partnered up to develop nutrient-rich alternatives to seafood. Their goal is to provide healthy seafood and conserve the planet’s rapidly depleting oceans."

NEW WAVE FOODS NAMED FINALIST IN FAST COMPANY'S FIRST-EVER 'WORLD CHANGING IDEAS' COMPETITION(MARCH 2017)

OUR HEN HOUSE PODCAST (FEBRUARY 2017)

"The fact that [New Wave Foods] are going after super, incredibly realistic, delicious shrimp is going to be a really big deal in 2017 and beyond."

HOPE YOU LIKE ALGAE, BECAUSE IT'S GOING TO BE IN EVERYTHING YOU EAT (FAST COMPANY, FEBRUARY 2017)

"...and your favorite appetizer may soon go 'green.' New Wave Foods, a Bay Area startup committed to sustainable seafood, is crafting shrimp made from algae and will have it on the market this year..."

LEARN HOW AND WHY NEW WAVE FOODS IS DISRUPTING THE SHRIMPING INDUSTRY!(GOOD FOOD INSTITUTE, NOVEMBER 2016)

BBC HORIZONS FEATURE ON NEW WAVE FOODS(BBC, OCTOBER 2016)

SYNTHETIC PRAWNS: A BID TO MAKE 'SEAFOOD' THAT'S SUSTAINABLE AND SLAVERY-FREE (THE GUARDIAN, AUGUST 2016)

"But now biotech startup New Wave Foods is on a mission to mimic the exact texture and taste of a prawn, in a product made entirely out of algae and plant ingredients."

THIS SHRIMP LOOKS AND TASTES LIKE SHRIMP – BUT IT’S MADE OF PLANTS (NOWTHIS FUTURE, AUGUST 2016)

WILL MEATLESS MEAT BE THE FUTURE OF FOOD? (SEEKER, AUGUST 2016)

 

ARE THESE INSANELY REALISTIC FAKE SHRIMP THE FUTURE OF SUSTAINABLE SEAFOOD?(VICE MUNCHIES, JULY 2016)

 

"The San Francisco-based startup has developed an insanely realistic faux shrimp made in a lab from algae and plants."

BIOTECH WANTS TO MAKE FAKE, SUSTAINABLE SHRIMP OUT OF ALGAE (WIRED, JULY 2016)

"New Wave Foods is trying to create a sustainable replacement for shrimp … by building really, really convincing crustaceans out of red algae."

PLANT-BASED 'SHRIMP' IS VEGAN, KOSHER, AND SURPRISINGLY CONVINCING (MENTAL FLOSS, JULY 2016)

"Pull over, shrimp: It’s algae’s turn in the breading lane."

FROM THE LAB TO THE PLATE, A NEW CROP OF INNOVATIVE BAY AREA STARTUPS IS LEADING THE WAY IN FOOD TECH(SF BUSINESS TIMES, JULY 2016)

"'Shrimp is pretty much the king of wrong in the seafood supply chain,' said Dominique Barnes, CEO and co-founder of New Wave."

I TRIED 'SHRIMP' MADE IN A LAB -- AND NOW I'D CONSIDER DITCHING THE REAL THING (BUSINESS INSIDER, FEBRUARY 2016)

"...the texture was almost perfect. The lab-made shrimp had that springiness and mixture of crunch and chew that you'd expect from the real thing. I could see myself replacing real shrimp with this in some situations.