There is growing concern as consumers learn more about lab grown meat’s use of ‘immortalized’ cells that replicate in perpetuity. The lack of long-term nutritional and health studies will also be a challenge for the sector. https://t.co/N6SAWD8Rqt
— Jack Hubbard (@JackHubbardDC) November 18, 2023
Frankenstein meat is proved healthy.
I shot a Frankenstein last night, fried him up for breakfast this morning. Throw a bit of paprika on there, add a bit of minced garlic, maybe some parsley, and you’ve got yourself a nice looking breakfast.
I believe the ads.
But hey, you know – I believe all ads.
Italy just became the first country in the world to ban lab-grown meat.
The Italian government voted in support of a law banning the production, sale or import of cultivated meat or animal feed, according to the BBC.
The right-wing government there took the action on Thursday in an effort to protect its farmers and culture.
“In defense of health, of the Italian production system, of thousands of jobs, of our culture and tradition, with the law approved today, Italy is the first nation in the world to be safe from the social and economic risks of synthetic food,” Francesco Lollobrigida, Italian minister of agriculture, said in a Facebook post on Nov. 16.
Italian minister of agriculture Francesco Lollobrigida with supporters
As of now, the only two countries where cultivated meat — a market which is estimated to reach $1.99 billion by 2035 — has been approved for consumption are the United States and Singapore.
The European Union has not allowed lab-grown meat to be eaten so far, but if it does, Italy’s law could be challenged by the European Commission.
Yeah, the EU should just force Italians to eat this stuff.
It’s great and I think it’s really healthy.
I like it a lot and I don’t think God’s chosen ones would ever try to stuff us with unsafe products.
Look at how healthy that mutant gene vaccine they injected everyone with was. It helped everyone. No one ever died from the flu again after that.
Italy bans Gates-Israel cancer lab meats.
— Papo (@Papo352) November 16, 2023