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66% Of Americans Are Willing To Try Clean Meat

By Marissa Higgins

No matter what your dietary preferences, people are curious about clean meat. Clean meat is often also called "lab-grown meat" or "cultured meat." It refers to "meat" that is grown from in vitro animals cell cultures, as opposed to from slaughtered animals.

Just how many people are willing to try clean meat? According to a recent study from The Good Food Institute (GFI), nearly 70 percent of Americans are willing to give it a shot. 

The GFI is a nonprofit focused on making slaughter-free meat more commercial with the general public. To conduct this study, the GFI joined forces with Faunalytics, a nonprofit that provides access to research on topics related to veganism, factory farming, and of course, consumer habits. The Animal Charity Evaluators also helped fund the study.