In April, the ministry established a food-tech study group with about 100 organizations, including major food companies, universities and research institutes. By the end of June, the ministry will compile a report on a strategy to supply for the next generation sources of protein, including alternative and cultured meat, algae and insects. In July, the government and the private sector will set up a council to expedite the development of legislation with an eye to industrialization.

Source: Japan to set standards for cultured, alternative meat – The Japan News

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