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How The Term 'Clean Meat' Could Undermine The Alternative Meat Movement

Last month, the Good Food Institute, a nonprofit that works to bolster the success of animal product alternatives, announced the creation of a new term: “clean meat.” Products like Memphis Meat’s meatballs and Clara Foods’ chicken-less egg whites are to be called “cultured” no more. Now, they’re “clean.”
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