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Friday, May 6th, 2022

April Highlights from the plant-based and cultured-food sector: National governments invest in the cultured-food sector

Support for cultured-food is continuing to grow, with the Dutch and Israeli governments investing in the sector. In other news, British chain Selfridges will be selling 3D-printed plant-based meat, while new evidence suggests that dogs could benefit from a plant-based diet. Read on to find out about all the exciting new developments in the plant-based and cultured-food sectors.

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