Would you eat a lion burger, some zebra sushi, or a tiger taco?

Would you eat a lion burger, some zebra sushi, or a tiger taco?

Nobody’s lion about this new meat start-up company...

Lion Burger from company start-up
Lion Burger from company start-up/ Primeval Food

Lion burgers, tiger steaks, and zebra sushi rolls are coming to our shelves faster than we know it!

This unconventional, climate-friendly, cultivated food is causing a stir all over the world. 

Have a look at what some of these products look like...

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Tiger Steak
Tiger meat from new start-up company/ Primeval Foods

The "future of food" is with cultivated meat, according to Primeval Foods.

Cultivated meat is genuine animal meat (including seafood and organ meats) that is produced by cultivating animal cells directly. This production method eliminates the need to raise and farm animals for food. 

This ingenious advancement allows for mass production with a decreased cost. It also offers a tasty, healthy, and nutritious alternative without the expense of nature and animals.

Pictured below are the new zebra sushi rolls:

Zebra sushi rolls from start-up company
Zebra sushi rolls from start-up company/ Primeval Foods

The main idea of this contemporary fabrication of meat is to assist with a lower carbon footprint, climate control, as well as to minimise animal suffering.

Yilmaz stated: “It has to go beyond the current beef, chicken, and pork dishes, and it has to come without the expense of nature.”

Yilmaz added: "In the coming months, we are planning to have a tasting event in London with one of our cultivated exotic meats, to give the world a taste of what the next chapter of food would look like.” 

Lion Burger
Lion Burger from company start-up/ Primeval Food

With this form of production, greenhouse gas emissions were found to be 78–96% lower, while land use was cut by 99% and water use by 82–96%.

It uses approximately 7–45% less energy than conventionally-produced meat.

Saving the environment and increasing profit with this ingenious scientific advancement.

Would you dare to take a bite?

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