First laboratory-developed “meat” approved

One of the biggest obstacles to meat consumption, which has, moreover, gained more strength today, is the slaughter of animals inherent to its production. As never before, this is an issue that has aroused interests, studies and supporters, sparking debates to see if a human being is effectively healthy without resorting to animal torture.

From Singapore, the first “meat” in the world appears that does not contain slaughtered animals, not even plants.

 

Tendency to decrease animal consumption

For the first time in the world and, therefore, in an innovative way, the Singapore Food Agency approved that this “meat” developed in the laboratory started to be sold. However, there is still no specific date, or the name of a space where it may be for sale in the future.

Firstly, this "meat" will be produced in the form of nuggets, containing no trace of slaughtered animals or plants. In a second step, Eat Just's goal is to extend access to the product and, therefore, allow “meat” to be available in restaurants and grocery stores.

As we have seen today, there is an increasing trend in seeking and consuming alternatives to meat, due to its association with the slaughter and torture of animals, along with other factors. Therefore, there are already companies working on alternatives, such as 3D printing or plant-based options. However, this “meat” option developed in the laboratory by Eat Just is reportedly a world premiere.

“Meat” that does not involve torturing or slaughtering animals

According to what we explained, animals were not slaughtered or tortured to obtain the Eat Just meat sample. In addition, no plants were included. Instead, the company used a revolutionary method of using muscle and animal cells.

In order to obtain these muscle cells from animals, the company resorted to biopsies and subsequently cultured them. Then, he transferred them to a bioreactor and fed them with various proteins, amino acids, minerals, sugars, salt and other nutrients. In the end, they were harvested, after reaching the right density.

Soon, the company will debut its “meat” in the market under the name GOOD Meat. In addition to being present with alternatives to

, dubbed this new movement “a breakthrough for the global industry” and wants other countries to follow in Singapore's footsteps.

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