In efforts to bring more slaughter-free chicken tenders, meatballs and even steaks to diners, a local cell-based meat manufacturer will set up an 80,000 sq ft plant in Changi by 2025.

With ambitions to produce at least 400 tonnes to 500 tonnes of cell-cultured meat a year, the firm, Esco Aster, could be running one of the largest cultivated meat plants in Singapore once the Changi facility – about the size of 1½ football fields – is fully operational.

Source: Cell-cultured meat industry set for another leap forward with new Changi plant