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Thanks to LEGO, food technology companies from around the world may bring mass-produced cell-based meat products to market in the near future. Lab-grown meat products are in their early stages at the moment, but huge strides are being taken by scientists every day. The Institute of Chemical Technology in India even believes that clean meat […]
The clean meat industry is revving its engine, preparing to launch various slaughter-free meats to market. Companies in the US, Israel, and Japan are working hard to make cruelty-free meat available to the masses, and now, a small town in the UK wants a piece of the lab-grown pie (so to speak). At the University […]
Richard Branson’s Virgin website wants you to think about the future of meat. In a recent interview on the site, Virgin catches up with Bay Area food tech brand Memphis Meats. The company is one of a growing number of brands developing meat from cellular cultures, eliminating the need for whole animals and their eventual […]
Researchers at the University of Oslo in Norway are compiling the world’s first biobank of animal cells to help develop lab-grown meat, real meat grown with animal cells, and save endangered species. Gareth Sullivan, vice director of the Hybrid Technology Hub at the University of Oslo, is using technology to create stem cells from endangered […]
India may open its first clean meat facility next year. Lab-grown meat, or “clean meat“, may also hit store shelves in India by 2025, according to The Economic Times. The Institute of Chemical Technology (ICT) will work with the Good Food Institute (GFI), a non-profit organization that promotes the development and advancement of plant-based and […]
The world’s first lab-grown chicken nugget has arrived in the UK – and it costs about $100 to make. English TV presenter Helen Skelton-Myler has become the first person in the UK to try slaughter-free chicken made by California-based food tech company, JUST, the makers of the vegan liquid egg. The Daily Mail reports that […]