Monday, August 12, 2013

In Vitro Meat – Are we ready to consume it?



According to Natural News, scientists and bio-engineers are making an effort to create in vitro meat. In this technique, they will create a meat through meat cultures in vitro. Although this skill is far from being perfect, the popularity it is gaining is huge. In fact, the support is coming from a wide spectrum of people. One source of support comes from the vegans across the globe, who are in favor of this and are promoting the consumption of pseudo meats, saying that the cruelty towards animals will come to an end. They are of the opinion that the use of antibiotics and hormones, which is finally followed by the slaughter of the animal, will at least diminish even if it cannot be stopped. Even animal rights activists are also supporting the measure, as they are against cruelty towards animals. With PETA offering a reward of a million dollars to anyone who can develop this meat, this issue is gaining momentum.

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But then there are various aspects that need to be considered. Even if the in vitro meat meets the demand of meat supply across the globe and helps to bring down traditional ranching and farming flounders, will it have the same essential nutrients such as B12 and nutrients? Will it be affordable to those in developing countries? So far, the taste is not good and huge amounts of money are being spent without any surety.

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In fact, the first meat patty to be used in hamburgers in the future has been created and has been approved by taste testers who certified it to be edible. But to create this patty, nearly $332,000 has already been spent. In the future, mass production will bring down the cost, but that is yet to be seen.

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