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In 20 years time, most “meat” will not come from slaughtered animals, analysts project

Environmental and welfare concerns about meat and the rise of meat alternatives will serve to disrupt the future meat supply chain, analysts A T Kearney predict.

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Solutions for increasing the efficiency of the meat industry have been almost exhausted and a large-scale shift to cultured and plant-based alternatives can be expected in order to feed the rapidly growing population over the coming decades, analysts report this week.


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