The Good Food Institute

The Good Food Institute is a nonprofit working internationally to accelerate alternative protein innovation.

Globally, meat consumption is the highest it’s ever been. According to the UN, global meat production is projected to double by 2050.

With plant-based meat, cultivated meat, and fermentation, we can mitigate the environmental impact of our food system, decrease the risk of zoonotic disease, and ultimately feed more people with fewer resources. 

By making meat from plants and cultivating meat from cells, we can modernize meat production. 


We are developing the roadmap for a sustainable, secure, and just protein supply. We identify the most effective solutions, mobilize resources and talent, and empower partners across the food system to make alternative proteins accessible, affordable, and delicious.


A world where alternative proteins are no longer alternative.


  1. Believe change is possible: We bring determination and informed optimism to our work because we know a better food future is achievable.
  2. Do the most good we can: We focus our time and resources where they will make the biggest difference in order to maximize our donors’ support.
  3. Share knowledge freely: Good data, good science, and good strategy have the biggest impact when they are available to everyone.
  4. Act on evidence: Our strategy is grounded in data. We make decisions on the basis of research and the industry insights our experts uncover.
  5. Invite everyone to the table: We foster an inclusive, collaborative work culture. With the same spirit, we bring together a wide range of partners to advance our mission.
The Good Food Institute Remote, OR 97458, USA
Aug 12, 2021
Developing data-driven insights to accelerate the alternative protein industry The Good Food Institute (GFI) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization at the forefront of the movement to use food technology and markets to solve some of the world’s biggest problems, from climate change and global hunger to antibiotic resistance and the exploitation of animals.  How You Will Make a Difference   In this role, you will have the opportunity to leverage your analytical skills to support the Corporate Engagement Team and accelerate the growth of the alternative protein industry. You will be the go-to source for alternative protein market and consumer insights. The Research Analyst will be responsible for: Conducting market research, compiling secondary research, analyzing data, and identifying actionable insights to inform Corporate Engagement efforts. This includes management of our annual syndicated retail sales and household panel data from SPINS/Nielsen....