43%
Yes
57%
No
43%
Yes
57%
No

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 @9MRFP83 from Utah answered…4wks4W

Yes, but when the meat is sold it should be required to disclose that it is lab grown as well as undergo several chemical tests.

 @9PBPTYK from Pennsylvania answered…1 day1D

I hate the idea of actually keeping animals locked in a lab solely for meat, but if it's just bioengineering in a lab I could see this as a good alternative to keeping animals locked up or butchered.

 @9MQ8Z96 from Oklahoma answered…4wks4W

Yes, but only after extensive testing has been performed and verified in a triple blind study performed by an independent org that is verifiably not bought out by a party of interest.

 @3JZDMSD answered…4wks4W

Yes, with appropriate labeling, nutrient disclosures, and referenceable creditable testing literature.

  @9ML4XBX  from Louisiana answered…4wks4W

Let the free market decide. The government should not make this decision for consumers.

 @9PD246X from Florida answered…17hrs17H

Only if it is properly studied and proven over 75% to not cause harmful effects in any term. It must have every single possible side affect listed clearly on the packaging and websites.

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