Would you eat 3D printed food?

Could “labriculture” be the future of food? 

-More than two dozen firms are testing lab-grown fish, beef and chicken.

-The alternative meat market could be worth $140 billion by 2029.

Shiok Meats, a Singapore-based start-up whose name means very good in local slang, aims to become the first company in the world to bring shrimp grown in a laboratory to diners’ plates.

Demand for meat substitutes is booming, as consumer concerns about health, animal welfare and the environment grow. Plant-based meat alternatives, popularized by Beyond Meat Inc and Impossible Foods, increasingly feature on supermarket shelves and restaurant menus.

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