12/12/2017 (Tue) 11:37:35
Actually it is expensive and not as easy as it sounds. To grow on mass production takes a lot of care, to grow in a petri dish, someone stands over it, over a dozen fine but enough to compare with traditional meat production, no. Without a doubt, current livestock production is unsustainable. However graze fed and certain poultry production systems are quite sustainable. Intensive beef, dairy and pork production is going to fail, the problem is people need to eat less meat and fad solutions like this are hoping to fill that gap in supply. In all honesty good luck to them, it might be nice to still eat "meat" after the fallout.