"We believe deeply in the power of cell technology to make farming and food cultivation more productive and sustainable. Pluri's advanced agtech solutions potentially reduce the environmental footprint of traditional agricultural production. PluriAgtech can deliver numerous solutions ranging from products like cell-based coffee to bioactive to address the biggest challenges in agriculture," said Pluri CEO and President Yaky Yanay.

Pluri Inc., a biotech company that transforms cells into solutions, has launched its cell-based coffee business activity, an innovative product that will potentially boost the traditional coffee industry. Pluri's cell-based coffee product is designed to address the growing global demand for sustainable, high-quality coffee at mass-scale production.

"By harnessing the power of Pluri's technology, we could create a brighter, more sustainable future for our planet. By bringing innovation to the forefront, we can tackle some of the coffee industry's most pressing challenges," said Michal Ogolnik.

How it works
Pluri's goal is to spin out its cell-based coffee as a new subsidiary focused on developing innovative products, technologies, and intellectual property for the coffee industry. This new planned subsidiary will be led by Michal Ogolnik, a dynamic, results-driven business leader. She has over 20 years of executive management experience in the pharma and energy sectors.


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"We see great interest in the development of additional cell-based products under the PluriAgtech vertical from potential partners. We are excited about the opportunities presented by cell-based coffee," Yaky adds.

Pluri is introducing plant cell-based, industrial-scale manufacturing solutions for the coffee industry, leveraging its 3D cell expansion technology to create high-quality coffee under the Company's new business vertical, PluriAgtech. PluriAgtech aims to forge a brighter, greener future for agriculture by using breakthrough cell technology to create more eco-friendly alternatives to traditional farming methods.

PluriAgtech's cell-based coffee has been developed to deliver authentic coffee while solving key challenges faced by the industry. Compared to traditional methods of coffee production, Pluri's cell-based coffee is estimated to slash water usage by 98%.

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Pluri Biotech
info@pluri-biotech.com
https://pluri-biotech.com