The Impact of Framing on Acceptance of Cultured Meat

  title={The Impact of Framing on Acceptance of Cultured Meat},
  author={Christopher John Bryant and Courtney Dillard},
  journal={Frontiers in Nutrition},
Cultured meat can be produced from growing animal cells in-vitro rather than as part of a living animal. This technology has the potential to address several of the major ethical, environmental, and public health concerns associated with conventional meat production. However, research has highlighted some consumer uncertainty regarding the concept. Although several studies have examined the media coverage of this new food technology, research linking different frames to differences in consumer… 

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