Italian parliament bans cultured meat over economic, social concerns

Dakota Tait
Updated November 21 2023 - 8:22am, first published November 18 2023 - 3:00pm
The country's leading agricultural lobby had campaigned for the law. Picture supplied by Coldiretti.
The country's leading agricultural lobby had campaigned for the law. Picture supplied by Coldiretti.

Italy has banned the production and imports of cultured meat, with supporters arguing the move was necessary to protect agricultural livelihoods and preserve local culture and tradition.

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Dakota Tait

Dakota Tait

Agricultural Digital Journalist

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