Behind the Making of Delicious Yet Healthy Lab Grown Meat

This new technology reduces livestock greenhouse gas emissions and can help feed more mouths than traditional meat.
Loukia Papadopoulos

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You have heard it all before, livestock is responsible for a large amount of greenhouse gas emissions and it is highly recommended to adopt a vegan lifestyle. But not many people can give up meat that easily.

What if you didn't have to? What if you could enjoy the delicious taste and texture of meat without the use of livestock or harming any animals? That's what the world of lab grown meat offers and it could not come at a better time.

According to the World Economic Forum, the world population is expected to be close to 10 billion by 2050 meaning ever more people will need to be fed. This is a number of mouths to feed that traditional livestock simply can not meet.

Lab grown meats can and likely will as it becomes ever more popular. However, it is important not to confuse lab grown meats with equally exciting and popular plant-based meat alternatives.

Lab-grown meats, as their name states, are developed in a lab using cells that were originally derived from real animals. This brings us to the question: What exactly is lab grown meat and how is it made? Watch our video to find out more.

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