Israel: Israeli Government Finds Cultivated Beef to be Safe for Human Consumption

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   IS2024-0003
In January 2024, the Israeli Ministry of Health’s National Food Services found that cultivated beef is “safe for human consumption.” The decision comes after a January 2023 determination that cultivated meat can be considered kosher. With this 2024 approval, Israel has become the first country to approve the sale of cultivated beef.

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