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    ‘Cultivated’ meat could be the most-consumer-friendly term for cell-cultured meat, suggests Mattson/GFI research

    ‘Cultivated’ meat could be the most-consumer-friendly term for cell-cultured meat, suggests Mattson/GFI research

    The team at JUST, Inc, works on cell-cultured meat (Picture: JUST, Inc) Regulators will ultimately decide how companies in the nascent cell-cultured meat industry must label their wares, but over the past couple of years, stakeholders have sought to get ahead of the debate (and the ‘lab-grown’ headlines) by […] Click here to view full […] More

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    Aleph Farms Cultivates Meat In Space

    First lab grown meat cultured in International Space Station

    Jerusalem, Octorber 7 (WNM/Xinhua) – Lab-grown meat has been successfully cultured in space for the first time. The Israeli food technology startup Aleph Farms grew the meat on the International Space Station , 248 miles (339 km) away from any natural resources. Bovine cells were harvested on Earth and […] Click here to view full […] More

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    China Advancing Development of Plant-Based and Cell-Based Meat Industry

    China Advancing Development of Plant-Based and Cell-Based Meat Industry

    China Plantbased Foods Alliance China’s first industry standard and regulation symposium on meat alternatives was held by China Plant Based Foods Alliance (CPBFA) in Beijing on 24th September. During the talks, industry expert Graham Miao said he anticipated a global market value of USD 28 billion for meat alternative […] Click here to view full […] More

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    Russia Produces Its First Lab-Grown Meat Sample

    Russia Produces Its First Lab-Grown Meat Sample

    Pixabay A Russian lab says it has produced the country’s first artificially grown piece of meat, opening up possibilities for a sustainable alternative to traditional meat products for the country’s consumers. The idea of “cultivating” meat in labs using in vitro animal cells has gained worldwide popularity over the […] Click here to view full […] More

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    What Is Lab Meat and Is It Vegan?

    What Is Lab Meat and Is It Vegan?

    Lab-grown meat is on its way. Cultured meat — also called lab-grown, cell-based, and clean meat — could be on dinner tables sooner than once thought. The cellular agriculture industry is only becoming busier and some say lab meat could be available as soon as 2021. Lab-grown meat is […] Click here to view full […] More

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    Lab-grown meat finds its way into Chinese moon cakes

    Lab-grown meat finds its way into Chinese moon cakes

    A baker is making mooncakes with synthetic meat. [Photo/Xinhua] Chinese customers who are fed up with traditional flavors of moon cakes such as mixed nuts and bean paste now have a new choice: synthetic meat. It is a Chinese tradition to eat moon cakes over Mid-Autumn Festival, which falls […] Click here to view full […] More

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    The Future of Meat – Reflections from the 2019 Good Food Conference

    On September 4-6, the Good Food Institute held their second conference celebrating and accelerating the burgeoning plant-based and cell-based meat industries. Hundreds of scientists, founders, food companies, retailers and advocates gathered at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco to connect and share insights on this transformative industry. As an enthusiast in plant-based products and innovations, […] More

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    The $3 billion opportunity that will change the Aussie BBQ forever

    The $3 billion opportunity that will change the Aussie BBQ forever

    Vegan products are becoming increasingly available in mainstream supermarkets. Meat alternatives include everything from the typical vegie patty through to plant products created by food scientists that are carefully designed to be near-identical to the animal products they are trying to replace. "The principle is simple. In order to […] Click here to view full […] More

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    What’s Not to Love About Lab Grown Meat?

    What’s Not to Love About Lab Grown Meat?

    A future of eating meat without ethical or environmental implications is more real than ever before. While plant-based alternatives are growing in popularity, the real black horse with game-changing potential seems to be actual meat… grown in science labs. Meat, aquaculture, dairy, and eggs provide 37% of our protein […] Click here to view full […] More

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