Food Security

Could 'labriculture' be the future of food? 

The meat is made entirely in a lab. Image: REUTERS/Travis Teo

Aradhana Aravindan

Reporter, Reuters

Travis Teo

Reporter , Reuters

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The frozen lab grown shrimp. Image: REUTERS/TravisTeo
Flasks from the lab. Image: REUTERS/TravisTeo
Bioreactor where the last stage of shrimp meat grown. Image: REUTERS/Travis Teo - RC2ZOE94BMGM
Sandya Sriram, co-founder and chief executive officer at Shiok Meats. Image: REUTERS/Travis Teo - RC2ZOE9I38K6
A close up of the bioreactor. Image: REUTERS/TravisTeo
Ka Yi Lang co-founder and chief scientific officer at Shiok Meats. Image: REUTERS/TravisTeo
The cooked dumpling full of lab meat. Image: REUTERS/TravisTeo
Ka Yi Lang co-founder and chief scientific officer at Shiok Meats injecting liquid into a petri dish. Image: REUTERS/TravisTeo

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