By Bruna Komarchesqui
(Opinion) Since meat consumption has been considered the villain of climate change, the consumer's plate has become one of the most heated battlefields on the planet.
Far from being a matter of individual freedom, as the conservatives defend, for the progressives, "eating less meat is a political act", as Greenpeace argues.
The debate promises to intensify in the coming years with the rise of lab-grown meat, a novelty that should reach some American restaurants as early as 2023 and the markets by 2028.
While trying to solve the challenge of product scalability, companies plan to . . .
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