The aim of this report was to identify and analyse Finland’s opportunities for new food production technologies and measures that are needed to promote these technologies. The study has been carried out as part of the Food without Fields research project, within the Catch the Carbon research and innovation programme of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry of Finland, and examines the possibilities of new disruptive cellular agriculture and plant production technologies as part of the achievement of the carbon neutrality targets set for Finland. Information for the report was collected through an online survey and through an expert and stakeholder workshop. The results of the survey and the workshop were compiled and complemented with expert knowledge. On the basis of this information, measures to promote the introduction of new production methods were defined.