Report: Lab-grown meat investment tops $350m worldwide in 2020

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Memphis Meats is one of a growing number of companies disrupting the protein sector with cultured meat grown in a lab | Credit: Memphis Meat
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Memphis Meats is one of a growing number of companies disrupting the protein sector with cultured meat grown in a lab | Credit: Memphis Meat

Good Food Institute report details record-breaking year for the fledgling sector, amid growing interest in greener, more ethical alternatives to livestock-reared meat

Lab-grown meat enjoyed a record-breaking year in 2020, with investment soaring six-fold and dozens of new companies and food products launching across the burgeoning sector, according to the Good Food...

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