Chinese shop at an open-air market in Guangzhou on May 24. Pork is central to Chinese cuisine and culture. Photo: Bloomberg
Chinese shop at an open-air market in Guangzhou on May 24. Pork is central to Chinese cuisine and culture. Photo: Bloomberg
Saloni Shah
Opinion

Opinion

Saloni Shah and Isaac Emery

How lab-grown meat can help fix China’s pork crisis and food security

  • Embracing cultivated meat could help China bolster its domestic industry and produce more resilient, environmentally sustainable pork
  • A fully developed cultivated pork industry would mean less volatile prices, require less land use and produce far less greenhouse gas emissions

Chinese shop at an open-air market in Guangzhou on May 24. Pork is central to Chinese cuisine and culture. Photo: Bloomberg
Chinese shop at an open-air market in Guangzhou on May 24. Pork is central to Chinese cuisine and culture. Photo: Bloomberg
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