Cultured meat in its twenty-year history has come a long way from laboratories to mass sales and has great potential. We have collected all the information about this technology in one place.
One of the first articles on the potential of cultured meat was published on the University of Maryland website in the summer of 2005. Now this article is available only in the archives of the Internet.
You can get answers to the most asked questions about cultural meat in the Internet archives on the site of the first non-profit group, founded in 2004.
According to Google trends, interest in this topic has been growing steadily for five years:
The greatest interest is observed in New Zealand, Korea, the Netherlands and Uruguay.
The analysis of the thematic page also shows an increase in interest in this topic since the creation of the page in the summer of 2016.
At the time of this writing, more than 800K unique users of the online encyclopedia have visited the page.
Media publications, periodically, show interest in this topic. Here are some recent publications:
Dutch startup Meatable is developing lab-grown pork and has $10 millionin new financing to do it
Millennials are gobbling down plant-based burgers, prompting meat producers to question the health benefits of “ultra-processed imitations.
What the press wrote earlier.
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Israeli lab aims to hatch chicken from stem cells!
List of the most popular cultural meat companies.
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