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This country has become the first in the world to approve the sale of lab-grown meat

Lab-grown meat from Eat Just has been approved for sale in Singapore. Image: via REUTERS

John Geddie

Deputy Bureau Chief, Reuters

Aradhana Aravindan

Reporter, Reuters

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The so-called 'clean meat' is grown from animal muscle cells. Image: Eat Just Inc.
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