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Lab-Grown 'Clean Meats' Provide Protein Without Harming The Planet

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To make 20 trillion turkey nuggets, it takes just one little stem cell. That’s the promise of the lab-grown, or “clean meat” meat industry, which has exploded in recent years while also pulling the cost of production down 30,000 times over. But in addition to offering vegans a way to enjoy all the flavors of meat with none of the guilt, laboratory meat production offers something else: a viable way to feed the world actual meat without destroying the planet.

Clean meat harms pretty much nothing. 

Clean, lab-grown or cultured meat is essentially meat grown in a petri dish using stem cells from living animals. Developing food in this way removes the need for slaughter, breeding, deforestation, excessive water use and waste associated with the meat and dairy industry. A cell from one animal could produce trillions of cuts of meat, completely doing away with the need for the meat and dairy industry as we now know it.