A nugget made from lab-grown chicken meat. (Nicholas Yeo/AFP via Getty Images)

The slab from the lab – is meat cultured from cells the future (or end) of farming?

The investor and author of Moo’s Law, Jim Mellon, talks to Graham Stewart about the coming agrarian revolution

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The investor Jim Mellon is investing heavily in the cultured meat market – “cell meat” – and is the author of Moo’s Law, an investor’s guide to the new agrarian revolution.

In this podcast The Critic’s political editor, Graham Stewart, talks to him about the development of cultured meat, when we can expect to see it on our supermarket shelves and what it will do to the future of farming.

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