Lab-grown protein set to transform pet food

Cloudy liquid bubbling in glass tubes is key to a US startup’s hopes of remaking the pet food industry by growing nutritional meals in a lab.
Most pet food includes animal protein, which requires the slaughter of animals and is ultimately a source of planet-warming gases.
Rich Kelleman’s Colorado-based Bond Pet Foods, however, is aiming to sidestep both pitfalls by making those same proteins in a biotech process.
His inspiration comes in part from his own disgust over the treatment of livestock on its way to the food supply.

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