The World Economic Forum (WEF) Good Healing plan encompasses a complete overhaul of the global food industry and agriculture and people’s diet. The architects behind this plan are preparing for a society without flesh with the introduction of cell -based non -slaughter meat.
Before the end of this decade, we will all eat some form of lean meat, including chicken, pork and lamb, and beef. The point of all this is generate small greenhouse emissions on cattle farms, use less land for farming, and reduce the use of fresh water and grains for the traditional livestock rearing process.
The goal is for a sustainable future, and we already know of some companies that make cell-based meat, no slaughter. However, these facilities operate at limited output because it is expensive to produce fake meat.
There it is Future Meat Technologies in Israel is starting to play with their brand-new facility that can pump up 500 kilograms (1,102 pounds) of vegetable culture products per day, or the equivalent of 5,000 hamburgers per day.
“The opening of this facility marks a major step in Future Meat Technologies’ path into the market, serving as a critical provider to bring our products into 2022, ”said Rom Kshuk, CEO in Future Meat Technologies. “Having a running industry line speeds up key processes like regulation and product development.”
Kshuk said the facility makes expert chicken, pork, and lamb products, and the beef making will come online soon.– READ MORE
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