Lab grown meat

Would you eat it?
Lab-grown meat is in the news again, but would you eat it?


 

 

The prospect of lab-grown meat raises many questions, especially for vegetarians. We know that many people can't imagine living without meat and some vegetarians would love to enjoy the taste and texture of meat if it didn't involve killing an animal. As described, the current lab meat production process begins with cells taken from an animal and uses animal blood to 'feed' them as they grow and divide, but that might be something that could change in the future. The Vegetarian Society has spoken in the media about the potential pros and cons of lab-grown meat. Now, we want to know what you think are the main issues.

 

What concerns you?
If you wouldn't eat it, or aren't sure, what is your biggest concern?



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