Futurist Trond Arne Undheim interviews David Brandes, Managing Director and co-founder of Peace of Meat.
In this conversation, they talk about the technology of cell-based, cultured meat, the sustainability benefits of removing animals from food production, consumer trust, regulatory forces, disruption, and the future of food tech.
The takeaway is that cultured meat is here to stay, although it’s introduction will take time and will vary depending on tech innovation speed, regulatory attitudes and consumer trust. COVID-19 has brought about a renewed discussion about food safety and worker safety—lab grown meat does not seem as far fetched as it once did.
After listening to the episode, check out Peace of Meat as well as David Brandes’ online profile:
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