What is Cellular Agriculture?
Cellular agriculture/aquaculture is a next-generation production method that uses cell culture technology to produce food and other resources.
Cellular agriculture can produce a variety of resources such as milk, chocolate, and leather, in addition to "cultivated meat," in which cattle or fish cells are cultured in vitro to produce edible meat.
It is a sustainable production method that has a small environmental burden and leads to the conservation of resources.
Moreover, it is also attracting attention around the world for its potential to solve social issues such as food shortages caused by population growth, and to develop healthier food and diverse materials.