Beyond beef: How cell-based meat could bring unlimited protein options to the table

Vow Foods is exploring the potential of cultured meat. Image: Bigstock.
Since Beyond Meat exploded onto the market in 2009 with a range of imitation meat products, a stream of businesses, big and small, have followed suit, vying to get a slice of the now US$4.3 billion plant-based pie. But biotech businesses such as Sydney’s Vow Foods are looking beyond the plant-based boom towards the next stage of the food revolution – cultured meat. Put simply, cultured or cell-based meat is meat that has been grown in a laboratory from the cells of animals, and is considered

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