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From No Meat to Clean Meat | Healthy Eating

Some people who adopted a vegetarian or vegan diet for health, ethical, and/or environmental reasons discover that clean meat from animals humanely raised on pasture is a superior, back-to-nature alternative. Not only is this type of meat more nutritious and in keeping with the type of meat our ancestors ate, but allowing animals to graze and naturally fertilize grass can actually renew soil health and allow us to grow more nutritious food. This alone is a compelling reason to consider eating ethically raised meat. But improved health is probably the number one reason why some vegetarians are deciding to beef up their diets.

Source: From No Meat to Clean Meat | Healthy Eating | Better Nutrition

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Bioethical considerations of cell-cultured meat – PubMed

Based on the analysis of the essence of cell cultured meat, we explore the positive significance of cell cultured meat technology for the meat production industry, consumer groups, and the sustainable development of mankind in the future. From the perspective of bioethics, the research, development and production of cell cultured meat can help ensure the sustainable development of human society, improve animal welfare, reduce resource demand, improve the nutritional function of meat products, and provide new growth points for the development of other industries. In addition, the ethical risks of food safety,

Source: [Bioethical considerations of cell-cultured meat] – PubMed

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Bioethical considerations of cell-cultured meat – PubMed

From the perspective of bioethics, the research, development and production of cell cultured meat can help ensure the sustainable development of human society, improve animal welfare, reduce resource demand, improve the nutritional function of meat products, and provide new growth points for the development of other industries. In addition, the ethical risks of food safety, technology abuse and technical supervision involved in cell cultured meat production are put forward for deep consideration, hoping to provide reference for the sustainable development of artificial meat industry from the perspective of bioethics.

Source: [Bioethical considerations of cell-cultured meat] – PubMed

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Meat alternatives warning: ‘More evidence is needed on health and sustainability claims’

Hugh Whittall, Director of the Nuffield Council on Bioethics, said the ​group is calling for ‘clear marketing and labelling about the ingredients, nutritional content and processes involved, as well as transparency in the sources of ingredients and their sustainability, so that people can make informed choices about what they’re buying’.

Source: Meat alternatives warning: ‘More evidence is needed on health and sustainability claims’