In 2013 Mosa Meat’s Chief Scientific Officer Professor Mark Post unveiled the world’s first cultured meat hamburger. This was the result of years of research and cost €250,000. Since then Mosa Meat has gone on a mission to develop a cleaner, kinder way of making beef.
Global meat production is due to increase by 70% by 2050. The production of beef is one of the major contributors to greenhouse gases, deforestation and agricultural land use. There is also concern about the high levels of antibiotics used in modern meat production. There has to be a better way and today on the show Hannah Tait from Mosa Meat talks about the challenges of producing and benefits of cultured meat for our society, and you may be surprised to hear that it really is not that far away!
Join Hannah Tait to find out more about the world's 🌎 most expensive 💸 hamburger 🍔 and how close we are to enjoying it!
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