This Engineered Ground Beef Could be the Future of How Fast Food is Made

By: Misel Saban - Oct 17, 2015
References: eater & eater
The future of meat is changing thanks to the ability to now grow ground beef in a lab. Pioneers of this made-made meat include Professor Mark Post that has figured out a way to chemically grow meat which will significantly be cheaper to purchase than naturally-raise animals.

The lab-grown beef is said to use 96% less water and 99% less land than herding cattle according to a study mentioned on Eater. The process works by using cow stem sells to continue to grow muscle tissue and different parts of the animal. The engineered meat is also said to be taster and cheaper making it more cost-effect and enjoyable for foodies. In the next few years lab-grown beef could be what is found in many fast food burgers.