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A food revolution is on its way; food safety and technology linked in the process

13 days ago   |   By Food Safety News

It's a food revolution in the making. But it's not happening down on the farm. Instead, it's happening in labs where cells taken from live chickens, cows, or other livestock are grown in bioreactors similar to those that make beer. That's where they're immersed in a carefully regulated nutrient solution that spurs them to grow until they become pieces of meat.
An important part of this is that no animals need to be killed.
As sci-fi as this may sound, this is the same process that happens in naturally occurring cell proliferation and tissue developmental processes in living animals. The...
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