Netanyahu says Israel to approve production of non-animal cow's milk
Baku, April 20, AZERTAC
Israel will give regulatory approval to a company to produce non-animal cow's milk for the first time in the coming days, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced on Wednesday, according to the Jerusalem Post.
He made the statement during a visit to Steakholder Foods in Rehovot, a company that uses 3D printing to produce real meat from ethically harvested cells, known as cultured meat.
During the visit, the company printed for the first time a cultured fish, which the prime minister tasted.
Today we ate fish produced without fish, meat produced without cows. This is a global revolution," Netanyahu said. "Israel is a world leader in the field of alternative protein, and we will make sure that it continues to lead."
Minister of Science and Technology Ofir Akunis, Health Ministry Director-General Moshe Bar Siman Tov, Israel Innovation Authority Director-General Dror Bin and others attended the meeting.
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