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Meat Cultured In A Dish Could Reach Restaurants By The End Of The Year

March 2, 2018: 12:00 AM EST
“Clean” meat manufacturer JUST says it will bring meat products grown from cells in a Petri dish to restaurants by the end of this year. Lab-grown or “in vitro” meat is cultured from stem cells harvested from livestock. Some environmentalists say lab-grown meat could be the answer to the global need for protein while reducing greenhouse gas emissions from cattle herds. The CEO of JUST says chicken nuggets, sausage and foie gras created using the technique could be served in restaurants in the U.S. and Asia "before the end of 2018." Whether consumers will accept dish-grown meat remains to be seen. [Image Credit: © Phys.org]
Pasha-Robinson, "Lab-Grown 'Clean' Meat could be on Sale by End of 2018, Says Producer", Independent, March 02, 2018, © Independent Digital News and Media Ltd.
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