World’s First Test Tube Hamburger Isn’t Bad
With the promise of fair food happening this week, there is always an opportunity to try something NEW. It is only a matter of time before the latest food innovation will be at fairs all over the world, the test tube burger.
According to Daily Mail
It may look like something you’d chuck on the barbecue without a second thought, but this round of meat costs a very beefy £250,000 ($384,000) — as the world’s first test-tube burger.
The ‘cultured beef’ takes three months to grow in a laboratory, using cells from a living cow.
Its creator, Dutch scientist Mark Post, claims it could revolutionise the food industry and help save the planet. He believes that artificial meat products could be sold in supermarkets within a decade.