Eating stories: On the contested future of meat–with, and without, feet
Agri-Health / Article / Communications / Consumption / Health / Science paper

Eating stories: On the contested future of meat–with, and without, feet

In the excerpts below, Alexandra Sexton, geographer and postdoctoral researcher at the University of Oxford, offers ‘a more nuanced reading of the promissory and counter-narratives around recent alternative proteins than has sometimes been relayed in public discussions on this topic.’ Continue reading

Article / Health / ILRI

Will lab-grown meat become an alternative to beef?

Cattle in Mozambique coming in from the fields in the evening (photo credit: ILRI/Stevie Mann).  ‘The world’s first test-tube burger will be ready to eat within months. ‘It will look, feel and, it is hoped, taste, like a regular quarter-pounder, its creator Mark Post told the world’s premier science conference. . . . ‘The “ethical … Continue reading