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We have so much very good technology in Europe that we could be up there with anybody, but if they don’t gear up in a different way then we will lose out and lose out big time’ (Neslen, 2020b). find that even the intention to reduce meat consumption does not often translate into behaviour change. Holle highlights the definitional issues, such as the arbitrariness of including all new products from 15 May 1997, the lack of binding deadlines, or the protection of intellectual property in the process. We give people around the world the opportunity to contribute to the circular economy, earn money and protect the planet, by trading their unwanted books and media.

links food to ‘soil loss, water and nutrient pollution, and decreases of apex predators and wild herbivores, compounding pressures on ecosystems and biodiversity’. discuss the potential for cultivated meat to reduce the risk of food-borne diseases, such as swine flu or avian flu, and antimicrobial resistance by not requiring antibiotics.A straightforward way to simplify the path to regulatory approval in the UK would be to actively recognise approvals by equivariant regulators (Hewson 2022). This contrasts with the FSA’s approach to cannabidiol (CBD) products that, at the very least, have guidance in the form of a web page from the FSA (2022). The goal of the novel food regulatory process should be to ensure the products meet the minimum necessary safety requirements and deliver consumer transparency – while avoiding excessively burdensome rules and processes that hold back the consumer benefits of new products.

It may also be possible to use genetic engineering or gene editing to produce stem cells that can replicate themselves indefinitely. Also, they much encourage companies to consult SFA early in their product development process (referred to as ‘early-stage engagement’). In sum, a specific question which will be raised during the regulatory process is that of labelling requirements – an issue likely to have a large impact on commercial success or failure.It may be designed to allow the regulator to go back for more information, rather than reject an application. The novel food regulations have specific time limits: a one-month validation process, followed by up to nine months’ risk assessment process. Encouraging the uptake of plant-based alternatives looks reasonable on paper but doesn’t translate in reality. The idea was for me to read to him and move him slightly away from the idea that all books are big picture books and introduce the idea that some are smaller. Norton (2015) claims that ‘a label indicating that a product contains in vitro meat may be unnecessary if in vitro meat is indistinguishable from traditional meat’.

The National Food Strategy further commits the government to work with the Food Standards Agency (FSA) to develop guidance for ‘new alternative protein products’ as well as ‘reviewing our novel food regulations’ (DEFRA 2022: 20). Under the existing rules, also retained EU law, gene editing is covered by the same regulations as GMOs. com/Article/2021/10/20/Eat-Just-mung-bean-protein-gets-novel-foods-nod-Bringing-JUST-Egg-to-Europe-will-be-one-of-the-most-important-milestones-for-our-company). Companies are also developing other cultivated products, including steak, chicken, pork, lamb, duck, fish, shrimp, foie gras, kangaroo, mouse and horse – as well as cultivated dairy products including milk and cheese, though this paper will primarily focus on meat-related applications.This includes providing information on the ‘history of use of the novel food and/or its source, absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion, nutritional information, toxicological information and allergenicity’ (EFSA 2021). The most promising alternative is cultivated meat (also referred to as cultured, lab-grown, cell-based, synthetic, animal-free or clean meat). In this respect, the UK Parliament made minor changes when retaining the regulations into UK law after Brexit.



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