'Science superpower': Could beefing up public funding for alternative protein development boost UK food security?

Stuart Stone
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Photo credit: Mewery

Photo credit: Mewery

Industry group calls on government to invest £78m a year in plant-based and cultivated meat research and development through to 2030

A new report has today called on the UK government to serve up £390m in funding for plant-based and cultivated meat research through to 2030 in a bid to create green jobs, beef up domestic food security,...

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