Products like cultivated seafood, cell-based salmon and lab-grown chicken are forming the future of meat and Eat Just recently become the first company to gain regulatory approval to begin selling meat grown in a bioreactor. In a restaurant in Singapore, Eat Just will soon have its cultivated ingredient featured "chicken bites," marking the first time that the product will be sold and consumed in this way.
To support food security and sustainability, several companies and innovative brands are focusing on making the future of meat, which requires much less land and resources to cultivate.
As Josh Tetrick, CEO of Eat Just, says, "This is historically the first approval for meat that didn’t require slaughtering and animal."
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