A Jewish Religious Perspective on Cellular Agriculture

@inproceedings{Kenigsberg2019AJR,
  title={A Jewish Religious Perspective on Cellular Agriculture},
  author={J. A. Kenigsberg and A. Zivotofsky},
  booktitle={Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems},
  year={2019}
}
Clean Meat is an emerging technology which promises to revolutionize the global food market. Alongside technological developments, the social impact of this innovation is being explored. Consumer acceptance will depend on multiple factors. For Orthodox Jews, the critical question will be whether the new food can be defined as kosher. In the absence of an exact precedent in Talmudic case law, scholars have begun to examine which set of principles would govern the status of the new meat product… Expand
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