Billionaire investor and author Jim Mellon once stated that the food production industry will transform as early as 2030, and 50% of all meat consumed by humans on the planet will be plant-based meat or cellular ag (cellular agriculture). The next 10 years. He said that within this decade, half of the seafood will also be produced using cell aquaculture. Some people think that plant-based meats are made using cell culture technology to mimic the feel and taste of meat and are healthier because they contain low saturated fat and calories. The high carbon footprint of meat has also prompted experts to urge people to reduce consumption of animal meat to protect the environment.
Mellon told Vegconomist that the dairy industry will not be what we currently know in 10 years.
The author of the book Moo’s Law: An Investor’s Guide to the New Agrarian Revolution says that the biotechnology industry is considering “parity” so that the food it produces is cheaper or comparable to traditional farmed food, because people will not be required to pay a lot of money. The amount of things they consume every day.
The term “grid parity” is mainly used in the power generation industry. It is a concept that strives to make the price of renewable energy such as wind or solar energy comparable to fossil fuel power generation. Therefore, according to Mellon, the biotechnology industry is currently developing a process to help them reduce the price of plant-based foods to that of traditional farmed foods.
“So we are on the cusp. We are in the early stages of an industry that is about to be completely destroyed,” he said, adding that the way animals are treated, the way meat is produced, and the way we eat meat will all change.
“As far as meat is concerned, I will make a prediction. This is not an absurd prediction,” the British investor said, making it clear that 50% of all meat consumed by humans will be plant-based or intracellular Cellular antigen produced. ten years. As for seafood, it is also a very large market. He predicts that within ten years, the seafood produced by cell culture will account for more than half.
According to the United Nations Environment Program, meat consumption is one of the biggest contributors to greenhouse gases (GHG), and it warns that “we will pay for the environment and humans-unless we make changes now.”
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