It is found that more than three-quarters of consumers in Singapore are open to trying cultured seafood, based on a recent study conducted by Shiok Meats to understand Singaporean consumers’ attitudes towards cell-based meats.
The top factors that participants cited as the reason why they would be willing to taste cultured seafood was sustainability, with 45% saying that the appeal comes from the lower environmental footprint compared to its traditional counterparts.
Nature is suffering — from Australian bushfires, Africa’s locust invasion, to worldwide’s COVID-19 pandemic.
Mother Earth is urging a call to action.
Climate change, man-made changes to nature such as deforestation, land use, intensified agriculture, and livestock production can increase contact and transmit infectious diseases from animals to humans (zoonotic diseases) like COVID-19.
One new infectious disease emerges in humans every four months. 75% of these emerging diseases come from animals…
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Our whole purpose is centered around creating delicious, clean, and healthy seafood by harvesting cells instead of animals. Some of the benefits could be enormous:
As a Women in Science-led company, we’d like to play our part and join the conversation with #WomenInScience. Read how our scientists answer this question: “What does it mean to you, being a female scientist?”
Meet us face-to-face at Science Centre this 29th Jan, 5-6th Feb at the DiscovHER exhibition to support and promote women and girls in their participation in STEM!
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