World-renowned conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall will be narrating Meat the Future, Liz Marshall’s upcoming film about the cultivated meat industry. The film also features music from celebrity vegan, Moby.

Meat the Future tells the story of cell-based chicken food tech company, Upside Foods. The film will highlight the company’s rise to fame as it created and debuted some of the first cell-based meats to the market.

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Jane Goodall said, “I’m excited about the documentary because it is solution-focused. The film proposes a way forward, to reduce methane, to reduce water, and land use. To lessen the suffering of animals and to prevent future viral outbreaks. I hope it sparks your imagination and inspires change.”

Moby remarked about the fact that cultured cell-based meat is the meat of the future. Creating a more sustainable option that he believes will stand the test of time and only become more popular.

Marshall, the director of the film, said, “Over five years, our lens was situated at the forefront of a historic and hopeful movement of change. What the future holds for cultivated meat is unclear, but I believe its revolutionary journey into the world will stand the test of time.”

Cell-based meat is the solution for the future as it is much more ethical and environmentally friendly than farmed animals. It still gives consumers an option for realistic meat, but it avoids animal cruelty.

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