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Clean Meat: How Growing Meat Without Animals Will Revolutionize Dinner and the World
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“Clean meat could be a huge win for animal welfare, human health, and the planet. If you want to learn more about the scientists, entrepreneurs and activists who are leading this revolution, read Paul Shapiro’s compelling and optimistic book.”
—Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Alphabet, former CEO of Google
"Clean Meat offers an enthralling look into a near future where many of our most dangerous food safety risks could be all but eliminated. Paul Shapiro tells a tale in this important book that could just save your life.”
—Michael Greger, M.D., bestselling author of How Not to Die
“An intriguing argument from an animal rights perspective for developing an economy of cultured, lab-born meat. Shapiro, a vice president at the Humane Society, observes at the outset that the seemingly science-fiction-y thing he calls "clean meat" is a reality. . . Shapiro serves up portraits of a rapidly developing technology.”
“Shapiro’s book is a wake-up call informing Americans that not only will lab-grown, cultured meat be healthier—unnecessary antibiotic usage on animals living in crowded, contaminated quarters has made the quality of much of our meat questionable at best—it will also tremendously reduce animal suffering.”
“The meat we sell at Whole Foods Market is rated on an animal welfare scale of 1-5+ but when clean meat hits the market, I’d like to put it in our meat section with an animal welfare rating of 10 since it means no animals were harmed or killed. Read Paul Shapiro’s captivating account of the entrepreneurs working to enable us to sell that meat soon.”
—John Mackey, CEO of Whole Foods Market
“Paul Shapiro provides a fascinating look at the future of food and the innovators who are working to interrupt and reinvent the food system. Clean Meat is an interesting and worthwhile read."
—Ann Veneman, former executive director of UNICEF and former US Secretary of Agriculture
"Clean Meat offers an inspirational look into a future where the cellular agricultural revolution helps lower rates of foodborne illness, greatly improves environmental sustainability, and allows us to continue to enjoy the food we love."
—Kathleen Sebelius, Former US Secretary of Health & Human Services
"An interesting and controversial glimpse into how cellular agriculture may supplement conventional agriculture and how innovation offers a variety of additional ways to feed a hungry and growing world."
—Dan Glickman, Former US Secretary of Agriculture
"Paul Shapiro has written a timely and informative book on the exciting transformation that is about to happen in the way we produce our food. He introduces us to the bold young innovators and entrepreneurs who are developing clean meat, milk and eggs. What they are doing has the potential to put an end to a vast quantity of cruelty, and to make a dramatic reduction in greenhouse gas emissions."
—Peter Singer, bestselling author of Animal Liberation and Princeton ethicist
“Clean meat is poised to revolutionize the business of food and agriculture, addressing many of our most pressing problems. This book artfully tells the story of the roots of that revolution and where it may be leading us.”
—Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electric, and Suzy Welch, TV journalist, co-authors of Winning
About the Author
When Paul Shapiro took his first bite of clean meat, more humans had gone into space than had eaten real meat grown outside an animal. In addition to being among the world’s first clean meat consumers, Shapiro serves as the vice president of policy engagement for the Humane Society of the United States, the world’s largest animal protection organization. A TEDx speaker and an inductee into the Animal Rights Hall of Fame, Shapiro has published dozens of articles about animals in publications ranging from daily newspapers to academic journals. You can read more about his work and contact him at Paul-Shapiro.com.
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