By 2050, there will be two billion more of us on the planet. Here’s what we might be serving up in three decades.
Scientists, activists, and entrepreneurs are teaming up to push a future of shuttered slaughterhouses and lab-grown meat.
In addition to the chicken strips and duck à l'orange, Memphis Meats plans to launch several poultry products playing off "classic American staples.”
People want to meet their lab-grown meat before they eat it.
"Each salami will have roughly 30% celebrity meat and 40% lab-grown animal meats," a representative of BiteLabs says.
If pink slime is any indicator, people _really_ don't like hyper-processed meat. Still, lean finely textured beef (as 'pink slime' is known in the industry) is an example of high-tech processing being put to use to "feed the masses":http://boingboing...