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Phony Baloney: Naming lab-grown meat

With growing populations and rising standards of living, the world will need 50% more protein to meet the 2050 demands. Using cells from living animals, scientists are growing meat proteins in labs, aka “cell-based” meat. Nowadays, “cultured chicken” isn’t a hen quoting Shakespeare. It’s a “clean meat” grown from poultry bits. Players in the new industry are also developing products from beef and even fish. This animal-friendly, cultured protein needs a name that differentiates it from conventional meat.


So PopNamers, tap into those animal instincts and tell us what to call this new cell-abration of flesh?

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