35%
Yes
65%
No
35%
Yes
65%
No

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Other Popular Answers

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 @9MR25Y6answered…2mos2MO

Yes, so long as all relevant and thorough regulatory frameworks are put in place, and it has been scientifically proven to be non-harmful to consumer and planet

 @9PCVFHNanswered…4wks4W

Yes - only if proven to have same nutritional value as real meat and is not harmful to humans. I back the need to stop animal cruelty and excessive factory farming.

 @9P9ZHFDanswered…4wks4W

Yes, but only after suitable research and evaluation that it is fit and safe for public consumption)

 @9P83DWSanswered…4wks4W

If it passes food safety standards, the public will decide if it's a food source they wish to buy. Not really a government decision.

 @9QRYSLSanswered…6 days6D

Yes, and there should also be more commercialisation of how animals are treated and all 'food' is handled and what chemicals are used, exposing companies to the public eye.

 @9QRC8FSanswered…7 days7D

This would depend solely on how healthy the lab grown meat is, if it can cause long-term side effects no matter how extreme the populace at large are less likely to deem it safe to consume therefore making it useless as an alternative, alternatives should be close to or even better than the current source of such things.

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