How can we stop this? With lab-grown meat, of course! And SuperMeat is prepared to help lead the charge.
“Meat is delicious. Everybody knows that. We were looking for the best way to end animal suffering, but also be realistic about global meat eating habits. We’ve been working with Prof. Yaakov Nahmias, a major player in the first decellularization of an intact liver for transplantation. Together we’ve been developing a system for producing small scale cultured meat. That means growing REAL meat in machines in supermarkets and communities all over the world.”
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The newly formed company has already acquired nearly 40% of their total funding, with two months left in their campaign. If you’d like to help out, go on over to their crowdfunding page and make history!
Imagine yourself walking into a restaurant, sitting down by a table, and perusing throughout the menu. You notice several different varieties of meat-based products, from steak, to grilled chicken, to baby back pork ribs. You then look around the restaurant and notice all of the customers enjoying their meals. You might not know it, but these customers have radically different dietary choices. Some are vegetarians, others are omnivores. And yet everyone is enjoying the very same meals.
What’s the deal? How can vegetarians be enjoying a plate of baby back pork ribs or an 8oz medium rare steak? The reason for this real-world episode of the Twilight Zone is due to lab-grown meat production. With the advancements in stem-cell research and meat culturing, now everyone can enjoy the delicious habit of eating meat without contributing in the mass slaughter of living animals. That is the future of which companies like SuperMeat is helping turn into a reality. And it’s a future that is closer than you think.