Cell-Cultured Chicken Meat Goes Live In Singapore

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The California company, Good Meat, is testing its cultured chicken meat product in Singapore. Unlike other man-made ingestible items (i.e., drugs and nutraceuticals), there is no testing as to possible adverse health effects or other complications. Technocrats invent because they can, not because there is public demand to do so. ⁃ TN Editor

In a world’s first, a hawker in Singapore recently offered a cell-cultured chicken meal at an affordable price of $4.

And diners said the meat tasted “just like real chicken”.

Cultured meat is made from growing animal cells in a bioreactor – similar to the vats used in brewing beer – instead of slaughtering actual animals.

The slices of lab-grown chicken were served alongside a hearty portion of white rice drenched in curry, together with eggplant and cai xin, a Chinese flowering cabbage, and a bottle of iced lemon tea at Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice in Tiong Bahru.

The hawker stall, which has been open since 1946, partnered Eat Just’s Good Meat, a Californian start-up dedicated to the production of alternative proteins, to serve up cultured chicken in an everyday setting.

The meal was offered from Feb 26 to March 1 to a limited number of diners who made bookings months in advance.

During the run, Good Meat subsidised the cost of its chicken bites so that the whole meal could be offered to consumers at $4 each.

Barber Mervyn Hi, 33, said he could not tell the difference between the cultivated meat served and regular meat from slaughtered chickens.

Mr Hi, who only found out from his friend that he was eating lab-grown chicken on his second bite, said: “The meat tastes just like normal chicken. There is no taste of artificial flavouring in the meat at all.”

But he said the decision to give up regular chicken for lab-grown meat would depend on its eventual cost, citing the price point of McDonald’s nuggets as the one to beat.

The barber said: “If it were as affordable as McDonald’s nuggets, the choice of cultured chicken would be easy because I can continue my meat-eating lifestyle while avoiding contributing to the slaughter of chickens.”

Mr Loo Kia Chee, the 62-year-old owner of the Hainanese curry rice stall, said: “This cell-cultured meat is a big step forward for humanity’s food-related needs and is more environmentally friendly while also being ethical.”

“As it is a noble cause, I don’t mind supporting it.”

Good Meat will collaborate with hawkers in Singapore to promote its chicken meat.

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Patrick Wood is a leading and critical expert on Sustainable Development, Green Economy, Agenda 21, 2030 Agenda and historic Technocracy. He is the author of Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation (2015) and co-author of Trilaterals Over Washington, Volumes I and II (1978-1980) with the late Antony C. Sutton.
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4TimesAYear

Not a “noble” cause at all They really don’t think these things through.
It’s not more “environmentally friendly”. Nothing is recycled. It’s missing the nutrients in the skin that you can’t get from other foods. Grown in vats, it takes electricity to grow, unlike free range chickens. You can’t get eggs from vat grown chickens. The land doesn’t benefit from cell grown chickens either. Free range chickens provide fertilizer and are also are great bug control.

Elle

All true. But–Yes, they did think it through–quite literally for decades like the predators they are. But unlike predators in nature who take only what they need to survive and thrive, these humans kill for profit, control and even entertainment. The totalitarians/fascists/globalists/Klaus Swab’s boys and girls/cabal or whatever one wants to call this operating criminal cartel in our world, it intends to murder more of the worldwide population and bring it down to under a billion. Doing so will create a manageable population to fit into their slavery model. Oh, yes, they thought it through. That’s what makes them criminals.… Read more »

Elle

“Cultured meat is made from growing animal cells in a bioreactor – similar to the vats used in brewing beer…”

And what else is fake meat? How many DNA changing spike proteins will fake meat support on a single burger or chicken sandwich? I wonder. At some point, will the calories, cabs, fats and proteins list be joined by a count of how many mgs of spike protein were added so humanity gets their monthly booster via chicken which then broadcasts that gene therapy level wherever it is required by the machine?

Think about it.

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