Who Will Give Lab-Grown Meat a Chance?

Would you try it?

By Lacy Schley|Monday, June 12, 2017
RELATED TAGS: ANIMALS, SUSTAINABILITY
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A recent study surveyed nearly 700 people to suss out their attitudes toward meat created in a lab, so-called in vitro meat (IVM). Here's what researchers found.

65% of respondents would likely try IVM.

33%
would likely eat IVM regularly.
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*Note: Participants who indicated no interest in trying IVM did not answer these questions.

Source: “Attitudes to in vitro meat: A survey of potential consumers in the United States,” PLOS One, 2017
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