4 stories about Pluristem

Tnuva building industrial cultured meat manufacturing facility

02.03.23|Shani Ashkenazi
Israeli company Plurinuva, which is rebranding under the name Ever After Foods and is owned by Tnuva and Pluristem, is building the plant that is meant to lead to lower production prices, one of the main barriers currently holding back the industry
יו”ר תנובה חיים גבריאלי מפעל תנובה

Tnuva doubles down on protein substitutes ahead of IPO

12.01.22|Nurit Kadosh
The food manufacturer understands that in order to stay relevant it needs to increase its investment in cultured food products
יקי ינאי מנכ"ל חברת הביו-טכנולוגיה פלוריסטם

Israeli-based Pluristem and Abu Dhabi Stem Cells Center sign deal to collaborate in development of cell therapies

Agreement comes just days after Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) announce intention to fully normalize diplomatic relations
אהרון אהרון מנכל רשות החדשנות

European Investment Bank, Israel Innovation Authority Collaborate on Medical Investments

30.04.20|Elham Nasser Eddin
As part of the collaboration, European Investment Bank has provided Pluristem GmbH, the German subsidiary of Israel-based medical company Pluristem, with a debt loan of €50 million (approximately $54 million)