The product co-developed with Ivy Farm — which journalists were invited to taste last week — is not vegan, as the centre is made from conventionally produced quail eggs. However, the use of Ivy Farm’s cultivated beef mince by a retailer indicates that regulatory approval may be on the horizon for the company.

Source: Ivy Farm Anticipates Regulatory Approval After Creating Cultivated Meat Scotch Egg With Fortnum & Mason – vegconomist – the vegan business magazine