https://www.theguardian.com/technology/ ... nvironment
you'll see what I mean when you give it a quick read.
and"Eshchar Ben-Shitrit, co-founder and CEO of Israeli firm Redefine Meat"
"The technology for 3D-printed meat is improving rapidly. Last month, another Israeli firm, Aleph Farms, printed meat produced from cow muscle cells on the International Space Station. The company says its meat will be on general sale a few years from now."
Picturing people consuming lab grown meat or 3D printed "meats" coming from "Nespresso-style cartridges" just really makes you think of Soylent Green. As time progresses and people buy the replacement over the real thing due to it being cheaper and eventually phasing out the consumption of unprocessed meat.
Another quick note I'd like to point out in case anyone may be unaware - news came out a few months ago that the Impossible Burger is highly carcinogenic. https://www.organicconsumers.org/news/i ... de-results