Ep 50: Keeping it real: The business of cultivated meat
In this episode, Food & Drink Business editor Kim Berry is joined by Professor Paul Wood, a board member at the Australian Academy of Technology & Engineering, to talk about the economic realities of cultivated meat.
We discuss its viability, the logistics, and challenges associated with the field, including costs, regulatory matters, marketing, and scalability.
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