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Cell-based meat

Cell-based meat, also known as cultured meat or clean meat, is meat that is comprised of muscle tissue grown from cultured cells.

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Memphis Meats began using the term “cell-based meat” because it differentiates this product from animal-based meat and plant-based meat. More recent GFI studies showed that while “cell-based meat” and “slaughter-free meat” won out in terms of descriptiveness and differentiation from other meats, “cell-based meat” was seen as less appealing to customers than “slaughter-free meat”, “craft meat”, “clean meat” and “cultured meat”. “Cell based meat” was the preferred term among CEOs of startups in the labworking grownon meatsuch spaceproducts.

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Memphis Meats began using the term “cell-based meat” because it differentiates this product from animal-based meat and plant-based meat. More recent GFI studies showed that while “cell-based meat” and “slaughter-free meat” won out in terms of descriptiveness and differentiation from other meats, “cell-based meat” was seen as less appealing to customers than “slaughter-free meat”, “craft meat”, “clean meat” and “cultured meatcultured meat”. “Cell based meat” was the preferred term among CEOs of startups in the lab grown meat space.

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The term “clean meatclean meat” has been commonly used by the Good Food Institute (GFI) and others to label refer to meat produced through cellular agriculture, because naming studies have shown that the "clean meat" term tests well with consumers. Criticisms are that the term is not descriptive enough and that it implies conventional meat is dirty. “Clean meat” and another proposed name, “Slaughter-free meat”, may not be seen as neutral to stakeholders and meat industry partners that can provide valuable help along the regulatory path to market.

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'Cell-based meat' not the most consumer-friendly term, reveals GFI consumer research

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"Clean Meat," "Cell-Based Meat," "Slaughter-Free Meat": How We Talk About Meat Grown without Animals

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The term “clean meat” has been commonly used by the Good Food Institute (GFI) and others to label refer to meat produced through cellular agriculture, because naming studies have shown that the "clean meat" term tests well with consumers. Criticisms are that the term is not descriptive enough and that it implies that conventional meat is dirty. “Clean meat” and another proposed name, “Slaughter-free meat”, may not be seen as neutral to stakeholders and meat industry partners that can provide valuable help along the regulatory path to market.

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Cell-based meat

Cell-based meat, also known as cultured meat or clean meat, is meat that is comprised of muscle tissue grown from cultured cells.

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The term “clean meat” has been commonly used by the Good Food Institute (GFI) and others to label refer to meat produced through cellular agriculture, because naming studies have shown that the "clean meat" term tests well with consumers. Criticisms are that the term is not descriptive enough and that it implies that conventional meat is dirty. “Clean meat” and another proposed name, “Slaughter-free meat”, may not be seen as neutral to stakeholders and meat industry partners that can provide valuable help along the regulatory path to market.

Memphis Meats began using the term “cell-based meat” because it differentiates this product from animal-based meat and plant-based meat. More recent GFI studies showed that while “cell-based meat” and “slaughter-free meat” won out in terms of descriptiveness and differentiation from other meats, “cell-based meat” was seen as less appealing to customers than “slaughter-free meat”, “craft meat”, “clean meat” and “cultured meat”. “Cell based meat” was the preferred term among CEOs of startups in the lab grown meat space.

GFI is continuing to do consumer research with the food and beverage innovation firm Mattson and with the participation of cellular agriculture companies to find the best term. GFI states that it will used the term “clean meat” in popular discourse and either “cultured meat” or “cell-based meat” in instances when “clean meat” would be counterproductive.

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 Cell-based meat

Cell-based meat, also known as cultured meat or clean meat, is meat that is comprised of muscle tissue grown from cultured cells.

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