Dozens of companies globally have started artificial meat production in the laboratory. In response, Pete Ricketts, governor of the US state of Nebraska, announced that they will launch the “steak passport” application to support the meat industry and encourage meat consumption.
An interesting practice has been initiated in response to the artificial meat project in the USA.
There has been criticism of dollar billionaires like Bill Gates and Richard Branson calling the public to use synthetic meat products made in the laboratory.
Pete Ricketts, governor of the US state of Nebraska, announced that they will launch the ‘steak passport’ application to encourage meat consumption.
Ricketts said in a statement that there are 40 restaurants selling meat products in the Nebraska Steak Passport application organized by the Nebraska Steak Council.
Governor Ricketts stated that eliminating the meat industry would be devastating for Nebraska.
ARTIFICIAL MEAT PROJECT
Globally, dozens of companies have begun work to produce lab-grown fish, beef and chicken.
Testing companies such as US-based Memphis Meats, of which Bill Gates and Richard Branson are supporters, thus aim to enter the alternative meat market, which Barclays estimates could be worth $ 140 billion by 2029.