Company creates 3D bioprinted ribeye

Agriculture

I’m Clinton Griffiths with today’s AgDay Minute.

President Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping, talking to each other over the phone this week for the first time since Mister Biden took office. Their talk included discussions on human rights, trade, climate change, and nuclear proliferation. A White House statement said Mister Biden raised his “fundamental concerns about Beijing’s coercive and unfair economics practices” as well as human rights issues and “preserving a free and open Indo-Pacific” region. President Biden saying in a tweet quote-“I told him I will work with China when it benefits the American people” endquote. Currently, the U.S. has tariffs on 370-billion dollars worth of Chinese imports, three-quarters of everything China sells to the U.S.

A new study says more adults are allergic to peanuts than kids. Northwestern University researchers, releasing a study that says peanut allergies affect more than 4.6-million adults. And more than 17-percent of them developed their allergy after turning 18-years old.

Would you try this? A printed steak? An Israeli Company called Aleph Farms has created the first three-d printed rib-eye. The company used three-D bioprinting technology to cultivate cow cells… They then grow, differentiate, and interact to create what you see. Something its creators say has the texture and qualities of a real steak.

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