Burgers grown in a lab are heading to your plate. Will you bite?

Burgers grown in a lab are heading to your plate. Will you bite?


Publication Title
The Washington Post
Publication/Creation Date
September 9 2018
Creators/Contributors
Walter Johnson (creator)
Andrew Maynard (creator)
Sheril Kirshenbaum (creator)
Arizona State University (contributor)
Michigan State University (contributor)
Food And Drug Administration (FDA) (contributor)
Persuasive Intent
Information
Description
Cultured meat is type of meat that does not come directly from animals, but comes from cell cultures. This process involves growing a live animal's adult muscle stem cells in a nutrient-rich liquid which can result in multiplying to further make more burgers without collecting more cells from an animal. They grow around a scaffold to help the meat take on its desired shape. This results in a product that isn't plant-based because it looks and tastes like meat and is essentially still made from an animal. Cultured meat wouldn't involve livestock and would get rid of enviornmental impacts the meat industry has.
HCI Platform
Ingestible
Location on Body
Digestive Tract
Augments
Eating, Consuming
Marketing Keywords
Source
https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/burgers-grown-in-a-lab-are-heading-to-your-plate-will-you-bite/2018/09/07/1d048720-b060-11e8-a20b-5f4f84429666_story.html

Date archived
March 28 2019
Last edited
March 28 2019
How to cite this entry
Walter Johnson, Andrew Maynard, Sheril Kirshenbaum. (September 9 2018). "Burgers grown in a lab are heading to your plate. Will you bite?". The Washington Post. WP Company LLC. Fabric of Digital Life. https://fabricofdigitallife.com/index.php/Detail/objects/3714