by Dan Flynn | Jan 16, 2012
FOOD SAFETY NEWS:
Four years ago when the organization long equated with the vegan lifestyle said it would give $1 million to any scientist who could make chicken in a laboratory, there were some willing to bet no one would meet the group’s challenge.
In vitro or cultured meat is not imitation meat — like all those vegetable-protein products that don’t taste anything like beef or chicken. In vitro or lab-grown meat is animal flesh, except it never was part of a living animal.
- Lab-Grown Meat: Food of the Future (foodservicewarehouse.com)
- The First Lab-Grown Hamburger Will Cost $345,000 [Factoid] (gizmodo.com)