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In Vitro Meat: Is It Healthy Food?

In Vitro Meat: Is It Healthy Food?

Humans have been farming animals as a means to cope with demand since it was invented. However, these animals consume a lot of water, grain, and grass just to be harvested for their meat.

Miami, Florida – Humans have been farming animals as a means to cope with demand since it was invented. However, these animals consume a lot of water, grain, and grass just to be harvested for their meat. In the US alone, 10,000,000,000 animals are killed every year to be eaten, which, unfortunately, also contributes to a number of emissions that are hazardous for the environment. Fortunately, In Vitro Meat has been introduced as a substitute to producing food and it requires significantly less food, water, and land to facilitate while not harming any animals in the process.

“If this production strategy were to replace a substantial part of the current meat production regime, this may allow development of a downsized animal production industry which can acquire a competitive edge in the upper-level meat market by documenting that it is ecologically sound and meets basic animal welfare requirements,” reads an excerpt from the company’s website.

With the rapid rise of the world’s population, it is about time that a more economical substitute for meat is introduced. Unlike traditional farming where an animal is needed to be grown, fed, and harvested for its meat, In Vitro Meat uses tissue-engineering technology that eradicates the need for an animal to produce animal meat. Cells are taken painlessly from live animals and are placed in a cultured medium where they can grow independently from the animal. This process in theory can feed the world population from cells harvested from a single animal. Moreover, since the process of manufacturing meat is in full control, in vitro meat can be produced without harmful saturated fats and diseases that can emerge from conventional meat. This also eliminates the need for hormones and chemicals injected into animals to achieve more yield.

The In Vitro Meat Consortium was established on June 15, 2017 at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences in an effort to bring about a more sustainable way of producing food. These scientists are striving to establish a large-scale process industry for the production of muscle tissue that is better for human consumption. These efforts can potentially eradicate the need to kill animals for meat and introduce a more nutritious alternative to traditional meat. Check out the In Virto Meat Reviews on their website.

For consumers who want to learn more about the process, they can visit their website at http://www.invitromeat.org/. They can also contact In Virto Meat at 305-392-6652 or via email at [email protected] In Vitro Meat is located in 6993 NW 82nd Ave, Miami, Florida.

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Company Name: In Vitro Meat
Contact Person: Vicenzo Moretti
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 305-392-6652
Address:6993 NW 82nd Ave
City: Miami
State: Florida
Country: United States
Website: http://www.invitromeat.org/