Supertrends in Cultured Meat,
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Supertrends in Cultured Meat! This publication reflects our approach of Future-as-a-Service. It is a dynamic overview of information on the current state and future trajectory of the cultured meat industry. Subscribers to Supertrends in Cultured Meat will receive periodical updates to ensure that the data and market assessments included here reflect the latest consensus among researchers and Supertrends experts. Subscribers will also have the chance to get access to related media as well as conferences with experts and networking opportunities with key players in the industry.

Get insights to what extend  cultured meat is sustainable

+ How this new disruptive innovation will have an influence on the consumer landscape 

Key questions regarding sustainability

Will cultured meat save the environment? 

Although pollution, water consumption and land use related to traditional means of animal husbandry will be reduced, the potential energy use reduction is still to be determined. 

Is traditional meat being consumed less? 

No, consumption of traditional meat has actually doubled in the last years, therefore Cultured Meat is a good alternative to an already popular product 

Could Cultured Meat be a solution to overfishing? 

Yes, Cultured Fish is a realistic solution to the environmental damage that overfishing causes, as well as the geopolitical implications of fishing in another territory 

Can Cultured Meat help reduce Greenhouse Gases? 

Yes, GHG’s will substantially reduce with widespread implementations of cultured meat as they would not contribute to extra heads of livestock grazing 

Do animals face any cruelty in any way to produce Cultured Meat? 

No, the entire process to produce cultured meat is humane and does not harm any animal in all the steps of production. 

Antibiotics will be used to make Cultured Meat production more sustainable, did I read that correctly? 

Yes, you did. Antibiotics are used to prevent contamination from other bacterial agents. Their use in cultured meat assures sustainability as microcarriers can be recycled instead of being discarded. 

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