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A UK start-up has reached another milestone in the strange science of lab-grown meat: the very first cultured steak fillet.

The milestone was set by 3D Bio-Tissues (3DBT), a biotech company based in Newcastle. Founded in 2019, the company cultivated human corneas for people with visual impairments before applying its techniques to meat.

3DBT has good reasons for the move. CE Delft, an independent research agency, estimate that cultured meat can cause 92% less global warming and 93% less air pollution, while using 95% less land and 78% less water.

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There is also a strong business case for the products. Consultancy McKinsey predicts the cultured meat market could reach $25 billion (€26 billion) by 2030.