Culture, meat, and cultured meat

  title={Culture, meat, and cultured meat},
  author={Christopher John Bryant},
  journal={Journal of Animal Science},
  • C. Bryant
  • Published 1 August 2020
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Animal Science
Abstract Cultured meat grown in vitro from animal cells has the potential to address many of the ethical, environmental, and public health issues associated with conventional meat production. However, as well as overcoming technical challenges to producing cultured meat, producers and advocates of the technology must consider a range of social issues, including consumer appeal and acceptance, media coverage, religious status, regulation, and potential economic impacts. Whilst much has been… 

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