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EU regulators must resolve meat alternative labelling issues, says new report

Meat analogues could help EU act on priority policy areas such as climate, antibiotic resistance and circular production systems

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A ground-breaking new report from international affairs think-tank Chatham House on meat analogues – both plant-based alternatives to meat and lab meat grown from cell cultures – has underlined that EU regulators need to take a “proactive and inclusive approach to resolving outstanding regulatory uncertainties, particularly around product naming and labelling.”

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