It may sound a bit far-fetched but animal farming could soon become a thing of the past thanks to a new advancement in food-technology pioneered by a San Francisco-based startup.
In a country that consumes an average of ninety pounds of chicken meat a year, this development could change the $200 billion meat industry for good.
Scientists at Memphis Meats have been working with poultry cells for a few years and in March they finally revealed the results of their secret "clean meat" project.
The team of researchers unveiled the world's first petri dish cultivated chicken.
That's right! Lab-grown chicken meat is officially a thing. The chicken was created from "self-reproducing poultry cells in a lab without eggs or any harm to birds."
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