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Nutrition Business Journal: December 2017

To some, synthetic biology is the impending apocalypse—ingredients so bio-identical they are undetectable could flood the market and mislead consumers. To others, it’s responsible sourcing that bypasses ecosystem exploitation. Outside the supplement aisles, many see synthetic biology saving the planet, or at least the bovine part of the planet, in the form of meat and dairy products grown without animals.

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