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Scientists serve up 100% real meat, without the cruelty or carbon

Lab-grown meat from animal cells has attracted funding from Bill Gates and Richard Branson Image: REUTERS/Beck Diefenbach

Callum Brodie

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Vegetarians and vegans may soon be able to eat clean meat like this lab-grown meatball Image: Memphis Meats
Australians, Americans and Argentines are among the world’s biggest meat eaters Image: OECD (2015)
Around nine billion chickens are killed for their flesh each year in the United States alone Image: REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
Virgin boss Richard Branson has invested in clean meat Image: REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

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