Health officials in Israel have sanctioned the sale of cultivated beef made by Aleph Farms.Israel’s Ministry of Health has issued regulatory approval for Aleph Cuts in the form of a “No Questions” letter.The first Aleph Cut to be introduced to diners in Israel — the cultivated Petit Steak — will be made of non-modified, non-immortalized cells of a Black Angus cow and a plant protein matrix from soy and wheat. Aleph Farms did not say when the product would be available.

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