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Italy bans lab-grown meat in nod to farmers

  • Italy's lower house has approved a ban on the production and sale of lab-grown meat, making it the first EU nation to do so. The ban aims to protect the country's livestock industry and address health concerns.
  • The law also prohibits the use of meat-related words on labels for plant-based protein products. However, critics argue that lab-grown meat is not synthetic and is created using natural cells without genetic modification.
  • The ban is a victory for Italy's agriculture minister and came in response to a petition organized by the Coldiretti lobby group. The minister praises the law for preserving the relationship between food, land, and labor.
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