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Israeli startup makes 3D printed vegan steak they claim can actually pass as the real thing
News & Analysis

Israeli startup makes 3D printed vegan steak they claim can actually pass as the real thing

Israeli star chef Assaf Granit said that eight out of ten people wouldn’t know the difference between real meat and the vegan steak.

Coronavirus scare cannot keep bats from menu in Indonesia, country's Tomohon Market continues to make money from wild meat
World

Coronavirus scare cannot keep bats from menu in Indonesia, country's Tomohon Market continues to make money from wild meat

The earliest cluster of coronavirus cases in the global outbreak was linked to a market in Wuhan, China, where live animals were kept close together, creating an opportunity for the virus to jump to humans.

Cases in India rise to 73: 2 more test positive in Mumbai, India closes borders to limit infection, and COVID-19 declared a pandemic by WHO
Health

Cases in India rise to 73: 2 more test positive in Mumbai, India closes borders to limit infection, and COVID-19 declared a pandemic by WHO

None of the previous Coronaviruses was declared to be a pandemic. The H1N1 (swine flu) outbreak of 2009 was the last disease to be classified as a pandemic.

Coronavirus myth busted: Eating meat does not cause coronavirus infection
Health

Coronavirus myth busted: Eating meat does not cause coronavirus infection

The World Health Organisation suggests that it is always best to thoroughly cook meats and eggs before consuming them - to be on the safe side.

At an exhibition of Indus Valley Civilisation's food cultures, insight into traditions, ingredients, and a decision to exclude meat
Life

At an exhibition of Indus Valley Civilisation's food cultures, insight into traditions, ingredients, and a decision to exclude meat

One of the researchers who worked on the exhibition held at the National Museum said that nearly 80 percent of the Indus Valley people's protein intake was meat-based. As an explanation for why meat, which was supposed to be part of the food tasting at the exhibition, was excluded, a museum officer cited the museum's rule against serving meat on the premises

Decoding the future of food and how it is consumed in modern-day India
science

Decoding the future of food and how it is consumed in modern-day India

Consumer studies show almost 63 percent of Indians would like to try plant-based and cultivated meat.

One-of-a-kind red meat study takes a different angle toward nutrition research
science

One-of-a-kind red meat study takes a different angle toward nutrition research

With nutrition, iit’s impossible to conduct studies where people’s diets and lifestyles are monitored over long periods.

One small nibble for man, one giant bite for mankind: Astronauts 3-D print meat on ISS
science

One small nibble for man, one giant bite for mankind: Astronauts 3-D print meat on ISS

The experiment was carried out by cosmonaut Oleg Skripochka using a 3D printer developed in Moscow.

Rampant use of methamphetamine, an equivalent of ractopamine, in meat may trigger heart attacks, organ damage
India

Rampant use of methamphetamine, an equivalent of ractopamine, in meat may trigger heart attacks, organ damage

India is the top user and supplying country in the world – supplying 100 percent of ractopamine to countries in Eastern Europe, Eastern Asia, and Central America.

Climate change is threatening the world's food supply, says new IPCC report
science

Climate change is threatening the world's food supply, says new IPCC report

Meat consumption has levelled off in rich nations, where fast-food chains offer faux meat alternatives.

21-day challenge by animal protection organisation, push by celebrities boosts veganism trend in Mumbai
India

21-day challenge by animal protection organisation, push by celebrities boosts veganism trend in Mumbai

Popular faces from various walks of life are being seen embracing veganism, causing the rising popularity of the dietary choice among the people of Mumbai

Lab-grown meat to hit markets at $10 patties six years after $280,000 burger introduced
science

Lab-grown meat to hit markets at $10 patties six years after $280,000 burger introduced

Dutch start-up Mosa Meat's co-founder Mark Post created the first "cultured" beef hamburger in 2013.

You could soon order 100% lab-grown meat
World

You could soon order 100% lab-grown meat

Cultured meat, which does not involve heavy use of antibiotics or pesticides in animal feed and hormones for fast growth of poultry, could be the future of food

Earth Day 2019: Upgrading to nutritious, environmentally safe meat is of global importance
science

Earth Day 2019: Upgrading to nutritious, environmentally safe meat is of global importance

Researchers all over the world are pioneering techniques for making delicious and nutritious meat.

Drugs are mainstay of meat production across globe; practices put profit ahead of human or animal health
India

Drugs are mainstay of meat production across globe; practices put profit ahead of human or animal health

When cooking chicken, or meat, for one’s family, most people are very careful to wash and cook the flesh properly. Unfortunately, there are some things which any amount of washing, boiling or roasting cannot clean out – and those are drugs.

BJP’s politics of polarisation paves way for Uttar Pradesh’s stray cattle menace, economically cripples a huge population
Business

BJP’s politics of polarisation paves way for Uttar Pradesh’s stray cattle menace, economically cripples a huge population

Farmers, who are reeling under low prices for their produce, have had to fence their fields at considerable expense. They have to maintain vigil at night to protect crops from stray cattle.

Delhi’s Meatscapes author Zarin Ahmad on meat, myths, popular culture and the Qureshis
Life

Delhi’s Meatscapes author Zarin Ahmad on meat, myths, popular culture and the Qureshis

Zarin Ahmad's new book, Delhi’s Meatscapes: Muslim Butchers in a Transforming Mega City, traces the journey of meat from the farm to the meat shop and other workspaces of the butcher within the multi-sited margins in Delhi.

Reversing trend, retail inflation inches up to 4.58% in April on costlier cereals, meat, fish and fruits
Business

Reversing trend, retail inflation inches up to 4.58% in April on costlier cereals, meat, fish and fruits

The inflation based on Consumer Price Index (CPI), a key data factored in by the Reserve Bank while deciding interest rate, was 4.28 percent in March

West Bengal authorities unearth sale of carcass meat from dumpyards to hotels, police forms SIT to probe matter
India

West Bengal authorities unearth sale of carcass meat from dumpyards to hotels, police forms SIT to probe matter

The West Bengal Police has formed a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe the sale of carcass meat collected from dump yards in the state

Busting hegemony of vegetarianism: When allowed, Indians prefer eating meat, many coerced to under-report beef-eating practices
India

Busting hegemony of vegetarianism: When allowed, Indians prefer eating meat, many coerced to under-report beef-eating practices

The notion of ‘non-vegetarian’ (which the researchers state is a pejorative used against those who eat meat) and the discourse around vegetarianism, then, reflect the hegemony enjoyed (thus far) by the ‘minority’ vegetarian population.