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Viewpoint: Cell-based meat on sale in Europe within 3-5 years? While the rest of the world innovates in food technology, politics and bureaucracy paralyze EU

Viewpoint: Cell-based meat on sale in Europe within 3-5 years? While the rest of the world innovates in food technology, politics and bureaucracy paralyze EU

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[In December 2020,] Singapore became the first country to authorise the commercialisation of cultivated meat.​ Understandably, Europeans want to know ...
Milk without cows: Thanks to fermentation, future dairy products might originate in a lab

Milk without cows: Thanks to fermentation, future dairy products might originate in a lab

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The industrial dairy industry is one of the biggest emitters of greenhouse gases (GHGs) in the world.  In a study​ ...
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From lab-grown burgers to 3D printed steak, here’s why alternative meat is mainstream in 2019

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As the sustainability agenda rises in the food industry, innovators are increasingly looking at ways of swapping out meat for ...
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Danish Council of Ethics urges EU to revamp GMO rules—’very new stance’​ for Denmark

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The Danish Council of Ethics recommends that legislation regarding the approval of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) be changed to help ...
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Viewpoint: Europe’s overregulation of CRISPR-edited crops ‘cripples’ Africa’s food security efforts

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Current GMO regulation is crippling advancements in sustainable development and food security, according to agricultural economist Matin Qaim, who told ...
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CRISPR could make wheat safe for people with Celiac disease

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Research in the Netherlands and at the National Institute of Agricultural Botany (NIAB) in the UK has found that gene-editing ...
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Europe may relax its ban on neonicotinoid pesticides, alleged to harm bees, leaked document suggests

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According to a leaked document, the European Commission is considering ditching bee-safety standards that led to a ban of three ...
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