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Israel’s Aleph Farms Unveils ‘World’s First’ Lab-Grown, Slaughter-Free Steak

Israel’s Aleph Farms Unveils ‘World’s First’ Lab-Grown, Slaughter-Free Steak

Written by David

December 12, 2018

Aleph Farms’ lab-grown steak. Courtesy Israeli clean meat company Aleph Farms has officially unveiled the first slaughter-free steak grown from animal cells to deliver “the full experience of meat with the appearance, shape, and texture of beef cuts,” the company revealed on Wednesday, essentially announcing what it says is the first prototype of lab-grown steak in the world. Aleph Farms says its 3D technology enables it to mimic traditional cuts of beef in both structure and texture, but without beef’s huge environmental impact, its heavy resource requirements, or its contribution to climate change. “We’re shaping the future of the meat industry — literally,” says Aleph Farms co-founder and CEO Didier Toubia. “Making a patty or a sausage from cells cultured outside the animal is challenging enough, imagine how difficult it is to create a whole-muscle steak. “At Aleph Farms, this is not science fiction. We’ve transformed the vision into […]


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