For the first time, the US Food and Drug Administration has approved the consumption of lab-grown meat – suggesting a “fake meat revolution” might will soon be forced on the American public.
The FDA recently approved laboratory-grown chicken developed by a California-based company called Upside Food.
The approval of the lab-grown meat means that the company can now start selling their fake meat to American consumers.
To manufacture its meat, Upside Foods harvests cells from live animals, chicken tissue, and uses the cells to grow meat in stainless-steel tanks known as bioreactors.
The FDA, which is the same agency responsible for fast-tracking the experimental COVID vaccines which have been found to cause immense damage to the human heart, claimed that after a review of Upside Food’s production and cultured cell material, they have “no further questions” about the safety of its cultivated chicken filet.
FDA Commissioner Robert M. Califf claims that “the world is experiencing a food revolution.”
He adds, “Advancements in cell culture technology are enabling food developers to use animal cells obtained from livestock poultry, and seafood in the production of food with these products expected to be ready for the US market in the near future.”
“The FDA’s goal is to support innovation in food technologies while always maintaining as our first priority the safety of the foods available to US consumers,” he concluded.
Naturally, Upside Foods founder and CEO Uma Valeti celebrated the FDA’s approval of his company’s fake meat.
“I’ve been looking forward to this day for a long time. UPSIDE has received our “No Question Letter” from the FDA. They’ve accepted our conclusion that cultivated chicken is safe to eat, meaning UPSIDE is one step closer to being on tables,” Valeti wrote on Twitter.
According to Reuters, the USDA and FDA both regulate the fake meat production that Upside will be doing.
“USDA and FDA together regulate cell-cultured meat under a 2019 agreement between the two agencies,” Reuters reports. “USDA will oversee the processing and labeling of cell-cultured meat products.”
The outlet also claims that “Demand for alternatives to farmed meat has grown alongside awareness of the high greenhouse gas emissions of raising livestock.”
But governments across the globe haven’t exactly been giving consumers much of a choice. Under the guise of fighting climate change, farmers have been facing heavy taxes and climate penalties in addition to facing already increased costs due to the economic climate.
These actions have forced real meat prices higher and with the FDA calling for a “food revolution” it seems fairly obvious that they have been doing this on purpose to force the masses to adopt fake meat – the same way governments have been forcing people to adopt “clean energy” through abnormally high energy prices.