Vegans generally support the idea of ​​cell-based meat, but have few plan to consume it, according to a poll conducted by vegan dating app Veggly. A survey to 750,000 users worldwide to measured Vegans attitude towards culture meat.

Conversely, 24% of her self-identified vegans said they would try lab-grown meat, but still considered themselves plant-based. This is because it is classified as a “cruelty-free” product.

A poll by Veggly also found that 29% of his participants didn’t support the idea of ​​cultured meat at all. Also, they would never eat it as part of a vegan diet.

The group revealed that 22% were happy to eat produce. Overall, 50% approve of the idea.

However, consumers who gave up meat for animal welfare reasons are likely to eat it again when cell-based products become widely available. Unlike, cultured products require few cells to produce large amounts of food.

Although animal slaughter is not directly mandated, the cellular agriculture sector has been criticized for supporting cruel practices.

Cattle farming contributes at least 14.5% of all greenhouse gas emissions and poses a threat to global efforts to reduce global warming. Approximately 15,000 liters of water are required to produce one kilogram of beef. It also emits about 100 kilograms of greenhouse gases, 49% of which is highly toxic methane.

In contrast, lab-grown meat may reduce emissions and water use by 96% each. However, this depends on the type of meat. In addition to reduced emissions, there is also the potential for reduced deforestation, a well-known consequence of livestock farming, and reduced risk of zoonotic disease outbreaks in livestock.

Source: Veggly

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