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US News Artificial laboratory meat authorized in Singapore, a first

12:05  03 december  2020
12:05  03 december  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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The Singapore Food Agency is the first regulatory body to approve the sale of cell-cultured chicken grown in a lab without the slaughter of any poultry. On Wednesday, sustainable food company East Just Inc. announced its cultured chicken has been given the green light to be sold in Singapore as an

Singapore is moving quickly to allow the sale of alternative proteins like cultured meat , a move that fits into its broader food-security agenda. This year, plant-based meat maker Impossible Foods Inc. entered the retail market in Singapore and Hong Kong with its product sold in grocery stores.

La viande artificielle de laboratoire autorisée à Singapour, une première © Pixabay Artificial laboratory meat authorized in Singapore, a first Artificial meat manufactured by the American start-up Eat Just has been authorized for sale in Singapore . A "breakthrough for the global food industry," the company hails.

World premiere. After the green light from the government of Singapore , artificial chicken meat will soon be available in restaurants in the city-state. The American start-up Eat Just, which is working on this project of laboratory meat grown from animal cells, announced that its pieces of chicken had been authorized for sale by the food safety agency. This is "a step forward for the global food industry," she said in a statement received Wednesday, as many companies seek ways to produce meat with less impact on the environment. .

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Singapore is moving quickly to allow the sale of cultured meat , a move that fits into its broader food-security agenda. The product is created from animal cells without the slaughter of any chickens and will debut in Singapore under the GOOD Meat brand.

SINGAPORE - The world's first cell-cultured meat product - bite-sized chicken by Californian start-up Eat Just - will soon be available at restaurants here, now that Singapore authorities have deemed it safe for consumption.

"Eat Just submitted a verification request," the Singaporean food safety agency confirmed on Wednesday. Its product "has been declared safe for consumption in the quantities intended and has been authorized for sale to Singapore as an ingredient in Eat Just nuggets," the agency added. Meat consumption is expected to increase by 70% by 2050, according to the start-up, but scientists warn that this trend is one of the main drivers of climate change. "I am convinced that the authorization of the regulator for our cultured meat will be the first in a series in Singapore and other countries around the world, ”said Josh Tetrick, co-founder and CEO of Eat Just.

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Dozens of start-ups are working on artificial meat projects around the world, but production had so far remained experimental. "By collaborating with the agricultural sector as a whole and visionary policies, companies like ours can help meet the rising demand for animal protein from a population that will reach 9.7 billion by 2050," said noted Josh Tetrick.

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Eat Just reported having produced more than 20 batches of artificial chicken meat in 1,200 liter bioreactors before submitting their production to quality tests and of security.

>> To read also - Beyond Meat, the giant of vegan meat, launches its production in Europe

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