Bryant Research

Helping you build

a better future of food

Our mission is to accelerate the protein transition for the good of humanity, animals, and the environment.

Chris Bryant

Who We Are

A team of researchers using our expertise in social science, market research, and policy analysis to help mainstream meat reduction and alternative proteins.

We work together with alternative protein companies and animal protection non-profits, as well as conducting original independent research.

Research That Sparks Conversation

Our Insights

Why Alternative Proteins?

Lower Environmental Impact

Livestock farming contributes to deforestation, greenhouse gas emissions, biodiversity loss, and excessive water usage. Alternative proteins require fewer resources and emit fewer greenhouse gases, making them more sustainable options.

Animal Welfare

Traditional animal agriculture involves practices that raise ethical concerns regarding welfare. Alternative proteins provide a way to meet growing demand without need for animal slaughter, reducing suffering and promoting more humane practices.

Food Security

Alternative proteins have the potential to address global food security challenges, offering more efficient and scalable solutions to feed a growing population, produced with fewer resources and in controlled environments.

Combat Antibiotic Resistance

Antimicrobial resistance is a more certain risk to humanity than climate change. Alternative proteins do not require antibiotics for their production and therefore will not contribute to the proliferation of antibiotic-resistant microorganisms.

Reduces Risk of Future Pandemics

Plant-based and cultivated meats are insusceptible to animal diseases and do not contribute to pandemic risk because they don’t require use of live animals. By advancing alternative proteins, we can reduce risk of new diseases resulting from animal agriculture.

Who We Work With

In The Spotlight

We offer a range of research-related services in the field of meat reduction and alternative proteins.

Research design and project management

Collaborative approach to understanding needs, designing approach, and managing project communication.

Private or public research reports

We offer private internal reports for your organisation’s strategic planning needs, and also published reports to share our findings with the world.

Quantitative and qualitative data analysis

We have experience conducting online surveys, experimental studies, field studies, interviews, and focus groups, and we offer both academic and industry-relevant analysis.

Publishing in peer-reviewed journals

We write academic papers, submit them to journals, and handle the review process to get findings published in top academic journals.

Professional academic presentations

We offer evidence-based presentations to conferences or investor groups on meat reduction and markets for alternative proteins. 

Policy analysis & recommendations

We research, analyse, and provide recommendations on policy relating to animal welfare, dietary behaviour, and alternative proteins.

Let’s Work Together