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From juicy plant-based burgers to lab-grown minute steaks, the sizzling competition over sustainable meat technologies is reaching boiling point.
Driven by a combination of environmental, health and ethical concerns, the soaring substitute market and cultured meat innovation may be a blessing for vegans and vegetarians, but their primary target is the meat-eating masses.
Products made by Beyond Meat and Impossible Burgers have caught the attention of consumers and investors alike in recent months. Yet it is the emergence and subsequent commercialization of cultured or “clean” meat that is truly expected to transform the conventional market.