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  1. The first lab-grown meat for sale could come from this Singapore startup that's re-creating shrimp - News
    8th December 2020 @ 6:17 am

    […] science’s emergence has provoked existential questions about the provenance of meat, prompting vegans to contemplate whether the technology represents a sort of loophole if it doesn’t harm animals, and Jewish and […]

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  2. The first lab-grown meat for sale could come from this Singapore startup that recreates shrimp - TradeFolios
    22nd November 2020 @ 4:45 am

    […] emergence of science has provoked existential questions about the provenance of meat, vegans to contemplate whether the technology represents some sort of loophole if it doesn’t harm animals, and […]

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  3. Ashley
    22nd January 2020 @ 8:08 pm

    Great read! I’m really hoping lab grown meat will become more prevalent soon! Wonder if cats would eat it because that would definitely be a more ethical way for vegans to feed their cats! Fingers crossed that someone else thinks of this idea too!

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  4. Evgeniya
    25th October 2019 @ 9:49 am

    Great article, thanks a lot! I will translate it for people in my country ))

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  6. The Race to Make a Great Fake Steak | Daily Green World
    18th July 2018 @ 7:18 am

    […] cells are cultured and inspired to develop into muscle fibers. Many of the work to date has used fetal bovine serum, which is harvested from cow fetuses. It’s costly and in no way appropriate with the […]

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