Since the dawn of time, man has endeavored to move food from the farm to the table. Over the course of the next three years, one Dutch company will try to move its meat product from the laboratory to your table.
Mosa Meat produced a lab-grown beef burger five years ago. The company announced Tuesday it has received the funding to make and sell artificially grown meat to restaurants as early as 2021, according to The Associated Press.
The artificial meat will be ground beef for burgers with the typical hamburger patty costing around $1.