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Lab-Grown Meat? How Food Technology Could Change What’s On Your Plate

Vegetarians have long been familiar with meat substitutes — including “meat” patties made from soy or “crispy chicken” that is actually plant protein. But if you’re a carnivore, a steak is a steak, and it comes from a cow. Or does it? These days, advancements in technology aren’t limited to just your smartphone or appliances. Food technology is a growing business, meaning lab-grown meat could be headed to your plate soon. According to a December 2020 Bloomberg report, lab meat is getting closer to hitting supermarket shelves. But is lab-grown meat bad for you, and what does lab grown meat taste like. Let’s dig in to these questions, as well as the potential pros and cons of the rise of artificial meat. What Is Lab-Grown Meat? Traditionally, getting meat means breeding an animal, sending it to slaughter and then packaging up the meat to sell. So what is lab-grown meat made of? Instead of raising live animals for their meat, to make artificial meat (also known as “slaughter-f

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