Cultured meat: will Europeans eat it?

While cellular agriculture presents many promising opportunities, a large part of the population has not yet heard about this new method of sourcing animal-based products. The success of cultured products, which are produced without the need to breed, raise, or slaughter animals, will largely depend on whether consumers will want to eat it. Join this webinar to better understand attitudes towards cellular agriculture in Europe.

11:00 am - 12:00 pm CET

18 February 2021

Chris Bryant

Director Of Social Science at the Cellular Agriculture Society

Nathalie Rolland

Executive Director Of Agriculture Cellulaire France

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