Companies around the world are conducting research into fish and seafood protein grown from stem cells in laboratories as an alternative to fishing for and farming seafood, which are not sustainable. Photo: Shutterstock

How Singapore start-up’s sustainable seafood grown from stem cells could disrupt global shrimp industry

  • Cellular agriculture has potential to disrupt global fishing industry, criticised for overexploiting fish stocks and human rights abuses, as well as farming
  • Singapore start-up Shiok Meats is one of several companies trying to crack cultivated meat production, but needs a hundredfold reduction in cost of its product
Topic |   Food and agriculture

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Companies around the world are conducting research into fish and seafood protein grown from stem cells in laboratories as an alternative to fishing for and farming seafood, which are not sustainable. Photo: Shutterstock
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