Now, in my final post, we will explore the crux of the issue: are people going to be willing to buy and eat it?
What the product is called and how it is labeled and marketed will have impacts on how it needs to be regulated.
Environmental stewardship is an important aspect of agriculture. Creating a sustainable system that can feed the world nutritious food in a way that is efficient, cost effective, and does not harm the environment is a challenge modern agriculture works hard to tackle.
Tissue engineering requires a group of stem cells which are replicated and grown in a lab. These stem cells are taken from the biopsy of a living animal.
Cell-based meat – also known as “fake meat,” “clean-meat,” “farm-free meat,” “cultured meat,” “lab-grown meat,” “artificial meat,” and more.
Dr. Tamika Sims, director of food technology communications at The International Food Information Council shares key findings from their recent Food and Health Survey.
I was recently asked “Why do youth still raise livestock and show at the fair?” I love questions like this. They open the door to not only inform and educate but to also share the impact involvement in 4-H and livestock can have on the lives of youth.
For a huge group of people, farms are always at least a city’s worth of distance away from their forks.
‘Big ag’ works to feed not only the farmers and ranchers but everyone else that is not in the agriculture industry, yet it sometimes gets a bad reputation
I challenge you to be honest, be transparent. Don’t avoid the consumer’s question.