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I wanted to start a discussion/watchdog thread on "clean meat" (like Memphis Meats), which essentially produces animal meat from animal cells. As a human being on planet Earth, this is great, but as an entrepreneur entering the edible insect market, I now question the longevity and life of this market. Though I am definitely not abandoning it (insects have way more potential than just food), it is still a trend we should all keep an eye out for.
Many of the articles I've read say that the price of clean meat is still several years away from competitive ($10/beef patty by 2020), and the taste is generally inferior. However, it would be foolish to think that this trend is going to hit a wall and not eventually take over the vast majority of how humans consume meat.
Has anyone seen anything else of interest or value in this domain?