Research also suggests that chlorination, which is common in the US, does not have any significant impact on the safety of chicken and the prevalence of Campylobacter.
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Replacing cattle with cultured meat “may not be a simple replacement of high-impact with low-impact”
Currently proposed types of lab-grown meat cannot provide a cure-all for the detrimental climate impacts of meat production without a large-scale transition to a decarbonised energy system, a new study has found.
Study from researchers at the Oxford Martin School concludes a health tax on red and processed meat could prevent more than 220,000 deaths and save over US$40 billion in healthcare costs every year.