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szdaily -> Tech and Science -> 
Food tech startup grows chicken without any eggs
    2017-03-22  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    A San Francisco food-technology startup says it has developed the world’s first chicken strip grown in a petri dish*.

    The chicken was cultivated from self-reproducing poultry cells in a lab without eggs or any harm to birds, according to Memphis Meats.

    They say the method could revolutionize the meat industry because it avoids the high cost of feeding and raising livestock.

    To create burgers, the companies took stem cells extracted from a cow muscle during a harmless biopsy*.

    The cells were then incubated in a nutrient “broth” until they multiplied many times over, creating a sticky tissue. This was then bulked up through the laboratory equivalent of exercise — it is anchored to Velcro and stretched.

    Finally, 20,000 strips of the meat were minced and mixed with salt, breadcrumbs, egg powder and natural red colorants* to form an edible* patty.(SD-Agencies)

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