Synthetic, artificial or cultured meat continues to take steps towards a viable future where these products replace traditional meat. In a process whereby animals are not killed, food is manufactured thanks to cultured cells, the world’s first factory already has a construction plan and objectives that will allow produce 500 kilograms daily, the equivalent of 5,000 hamburgers by 2022.

In less than a year you could begin to see sirloins that have not killed any animal on the shelves of supermarkets. So trust Future Meat I know of his plan, which is to have viability in the world’s first synthetic meat factory.

Based in Rehovot (Israel), this company has taken advantage of the great advance that Israel is giving to this new diet, which they hope to implement in other parts of the world. Among them, the United States, where the FDA (the agency that regulates food in the country) is expected to give the approval soon to the commercialization of this artificial meat.

“The opening of these facilities is a great step on Future Meat Technologies’ path to the market, since it serves as a fundamental element for bring our products to the shelves by 2022“, has indicated Rom Kshuk, general director of the company to the newspaper Israel Hayom.

“The factory will allow to achieve production densities ten times higher than the industrial standard”

Creada en 2018, Future Meat will start producing chicken, pork and lamb, as well as trusting to give in brief step to the meat of beef. “This factory allows us to achieve production densities ten times higher than the industry standard. Our goal is to make cultured meat affordable for everyone, while ensuring that we produce delicious food that is both healthy and sustainable, helping to ensure the future of future generations, “the company remarked.

This is why the Israeli chain ensures that it will sell its products at a value close to 3 or 4 euros the hamburger. Products that, in their production, will have generated 80% less CO2, will have used 99% less land and will have saved 96% of the water that a normal meat company uses in its processing.

How do you get the meat?

With different processes depending on the company or the laboratory, the most normal thing is that, through a biopsy, a live animal cell tissue sample which is then placed in a controlled oxygen and temperature environment. To said tissue and from a bioreactor, feeds on nutrients Through a natural process of cell proliferation, thus obtaining cultivated meat, which gains flavor according to the ingredients that are added to it.

A process that ends up developing the meat as if it were done inside the animal, although without sacrificing it or genetic modification, and which also has important characteristics. With just a biopsy, you can get up to meat from 50 pigs as well as being of great benefit in a bovine or avian environment.

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