In-Vitro Meat -- aka tank steak, sci fi sausage, petri pork, beaker bacon, Frankenburger, vat-grown veal, laboratory lamb, synthetic shmeat, trans-ham, factory filet, test tube tuna, cultured chicken, or any other moniker that can seduce the shopper's stomach -- will appear in 3-10 years as a cheaper, healthier, "greener" protein that's easily manufactured in a metropolis. Its entree will be enormous; not just food-huge like curry rippling through London in the 1970's or colonized tomatoes teaming up with pasta in early 1800's Italy. No. Bigger. In-Vitro Meat will be socially transformative, like automobiles, cinema, vaccines.
H+ Article: Eight Ways In-Vitro Meat will Change Our Lives
The world’s addiction to meat and how to grow ground beef in a test tube, Seed
Lab-Grown Steaks Near the Menu, New Sicentist
Fight Climate Change with Soy Burgers, "In-Vitro Meat, Greenbang
I'll Have My Burger Petri-Dish Bred, with Extra Omega-3, Discover