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Fast-growing fungal proteins could slash agricultural emissions ten-fold

Source: Anthropocene

Mycoprotein, a meat substitute made from cultivating the cells of a fibrous fungus, could provide a solution to many of the meat industry’s environmental weak points. This is according to a new study, which provides the a comprehensive review on the true potential environmental and health benefits of this alternative protein.