Could lab-grown salmon be the next eco-conscious food trend? 1

Could lab-grown salmon be the next eco-conscious food trend?

 

As more eco-conscious consumers move towards plant-based foods, researchers are investigating how science can produce sustainable alternatives to animal products.

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21 comments

  1. I’ll stick to eating animal livers and kidneys….healthiest food you can eat….not processed GARBAGE

  2. Incidentally, Salmon meat is actually naturally greyish in colour, like Tuna. Commercially bought Salmon meat is pink because of Astaxanthin pigment in the shrimp and krill that are eaten by the Salmon or by the fish that Salmon consumes.

    Farmed salmon meat is dyed to look like the wild variety.

  3. This is unhealthy with all the chemicals they will put in it, we should be trying to be healthier especially now more than ever

  4. They even name the company wild type to trick consumers into thinking it’s wild natural fish

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