Host Frank Sesno speaks with Josh Balk, co-founder of Eat Just, which has produced and sells plant-based eggs and now, manufactured chicken. The first restaurant is now serving it in Singapore, and he says more manufactured food – chicken and fish – is on the way. Started from a single cell, say from a feather, in a lab, then ultimately to your plate, it uses a fraction of the water, produces a fraction of the waste, methane, and other things that pollute and warm the planet.

Source: Peril & Promise: Climate change is changing how we view food

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