The average “Western” diet typically contains more meat than is sustainable at a global level. Bringing a sustainable high-quality protein product to market has therefore been a key motivation behind the 3F BIO mycoprotein technology.

But the 3F BIO concept is founded on an additional motivation: making low-cost, high-quality protein available at a global scale, including populations where protein is expensive or inaccessible.

The protein narrative is often told as a story of abundance. But how does the global picture of protein really look, and how might this evolve with expanding populations? I did some number-crunching and discussed the results here: