In the name of climate change, scientists are enthusiastically working to replace meat with substitutes they invent in a lab. They’re also busy with mRNA vaccines for animals.
If mRNA meat doesn’t work out, we always have fake and lab-grown meat. You can add some nice insects to that. We have some insect companies producing food made from the bottom feeders of the Earth.
One beef company will never inject cows with mRNA vaccine. The company, Whole Cow, will never give their cows mRNA. The CEO, Jason Nelson, said he’d shut the company down first.
“I’ll shut down the company before we ship a single bag of mRNA-injected meat,” he said. “That’s why we’re growing as quickly as possible to achieve the buying power to produce large amounts. We’re relatively small now, but we want to have a surplus of tens of thousands of bags of beef by 2024,” reports Gateway Pundit.
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Producers are not required or mandated to vaccinate their livestock for any disease. It is a personal and business decision left to the producer and will remain that way, Associated Press shared in an article.
In an April 5 statement, the association said beef cattle are vaccinated to treat and prevent an array of diseases, but none of those vaccines use mRNA technology.
LAB MEAT’S APPROVED
It sounds like we will only eat processed foods in the future.
On Wednesday, the United States Department of Agriculture gave the go-ahead to two companies to sell meat products grown from cultured cells. The companies are Upside Foods and Good Meat.
They are trying to sell it as more humane and sustainable.
They have FDA confirmation that it’s safe to consume. Don’t take that to the bank though.