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Czech Company to Cut Cultivated Meat Cost by 70% with Microalgae

Mewery, a Czech based company, is using a proprietary microalgae serum to cultivate pork. The process could reduce the price of cultivated meat production by up to 70%. The company has laid out its desired timeline which includes product availability for tastings later this year, in restaurants in 2025, and for everyone within this decade using cultivators and in-home 3D printers.

A package of MEWERY cultivated pork meatballs on a gray background.

Image Credit: Mewery

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