Fake meat push wins star backing

Fake meat push wins star support

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The fake meat push has won the backing of some in Hollywood.

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Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio has announced plans to invest in two cultivated meat startups.

Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio has announced plans to invest in two cultivated meat startups.

The fake meat push has won the backing of some in Hollywood.

A new film called "Meat the Future" is in production, which is said to look deep into the evolution of cultivated meat.

Meanwhile, Hollywood A-lister Leonardo DiCaprio has announced plans to invest in two cultivated meat startups.

The actor has also agreed to join the advisory boards of Dutch company Mosa Meat and Aleph Farms in Israel.

"One of the most impactful ways to combat the climate crisis is to transform our food system," DiCaprio said.

MORE READING: Biden's climate pledge watched closely by cattle industry.

"Mosa Meat and Aleph Farms offer new ways to satisfy the world's demand for beef, while solving some of the most pressing issues of current industrial beef production."

The musician Moby is supporting the "Meat the Future," documentary film to be narrated by Dr Jane Goodall and directed by Liz Marshall.

A new documentary is documenting the rise of fake meat products with Dr Uma Valeti from Upside Foods.

A new documentary is documenting the rise of fake meat products with Dr Uma Valeti from Upside Foods.

The producers say they have been following the growth of fake meat science for five years which examines the steps taken by Dr Uma Valeti from Upside Foods.

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