Cloning of Farm Animals/Meat and Cheese Substitutes Created in Laboratories, Business and Industry Trends Analysis

Cloned animals, enabled through biotechnology, are of interest to the food and agriculture sectors.  The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) declared food derived from cloned cows, pigs and goats to be safe for consumption, and animal growers in a handful of nations, including Argentina, are forging ahead with cloned food animals.  In New Zealand, a tail-less genetically modified cow named Daisy was created that produces low-allergy milk that can be digested by children with milk allergies (numbering about 3% of all children in the developed world). Livestock production places significant demands on the environment.  The United Nations (UN) reports…

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