Cultivated meat – Will all vegetarians say ‘No thanks’?


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"Cultivated meat" or "in vitro meat" is said to have better animal welfare, less environmental pollution and health benefits. The scientific contribution:

Cultivated meat – Will all vegetarians say ‘No thanks’?

examines the motives that drive vegetarians to consume cultured meat.

The aim of this study - based on a survey of German vegetarians - is to investigate the factors that influence acceptance of cultivated meat among vegetarians.
The article was published in German on September 30th, 2020 - Kultiviertes Fleisch – Antworten alle Vegetarier ‚Nein danke‘?

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Also have a look at the websites:

A) Diagram "How much meat do Germans eat per Year"

B) The Future of Meat: From Trend Analysis to Policy Action -
published by Federal Environment Agency

The project "Trend Analysis: Meat of the Future" analyses the development trends of meat substitutes and which effects can be expected from a market expansion of meat substitute products. It also identifies approaches through policy and research to reduce negative environmental impacts. The scope of the trend analysis includes three kind of meat substitutes: plant based substitutes, insects and in-vitro meat.

C) Plant-based alternatives to meat: seitan, tofu, lupino, quorn – the "who's who" of meat alternative
- published by Federal Centre of Nutrition (BZFE)