Lab meat

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    Young Master Smeet
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    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-55155741

    “The Singapore Food Agency (SFA) said an expert working group reviewed data on Eat Just’s manufacturing control and safety testing of the cultured chicken.

    “It was found to be safe for consumption at the intended levels of use, and was allowed to be sold in Singapore as an ingredient in Eat Just’s nuggets product,” the SFA said.”

    I think I’ve mentioned this before: lab grown meat will free up land for re-wilding and carbon capture (and Wolves!)

    There’s a suggestion in some articles that Singapore is responding to food security issues, so there is an issue of geopolitics, if high quality food can be produced anywhere (even, theoretically at sea or on worthless unproductive land) it does start to change things.

    But for us: abundance.

    #210349
    Young Master Smeet
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    Oh, and let’s not forget Solar foods synthesising raw protein:

    Current situation:

    https://solarfoods.fi/our-news/business-finland-greenlights-solar-foods-e8-6m-project/

     

    #210384
    ALB
    Keymaster

    I saw that too but strict vegans still won’t like it:

    ”Cultivated meat is different from plant-based meat substitutes such as Quorn because it comes from the cells of real animals.”

    But, then, by the time socialism is established that fad may well have passed or survive only as a small sect or maybe the more pragmatic vegans might accept it ( or at least won’t pester non-vegans for eating it) as it doesn’t involve killing an animal.

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