ATLANTA, May 10, 2023 - The Educated Choices Program (ECP) has announced its newest educational package, “What is Cultivated Meat?” This educational package features a short video presentation exploring the process, benefits, and future of this latest food technology, ECP’s Next-Steps Toolkit, and discussion prompts to encourage further critical thinking about the impacts of our food systems and our responsibilities as consumers. This short is intended for audiences 12 years and older and can be accessed at no cost at www.ecprogram.org.
“What is Cultivated Meat?” is the latest video presentation in ECP’s library of free educational resources to empower students and community members around the world to make more educated food choices for their health, the environment, and society. This short uses the latest information and data from reputable sources to provide an in-depth look at the science behind cultivated meat. “What is Cultivated Meat?” is a standalone presentation but also serves as a follow-up to ECP’s full-length video presentation, “Future of Food,” which explores a variety of food technologies, including plant-based proteins, cellular agriculture, and other alternative proteins.
"Cultivated meat is a fascinating food technology that can potentially solve many of the most urgent problems related to our current food system. We are excited to be able to educate millions of consumers so they can be fully informed and equipped to make decisions that can benefit not just themselves but generations to come." - Lorena Mucke, Founder and CEO, Educated Choices Program
“What is Cultivated Meat?” was developed as part of ECP’s initiative WhatIsCultivatedMeat.com, an interdisciplinary knowledge base and educational tool that provides the public with answers to the most commonly asked questions about cultivated meat, as well as the latest industry news and research.
About Educated Choices Program
The Educated Choices Program is an award-winning 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides free food literacy education to equip students and community members with critical knowledge to improve human and planetary health. Its educational packages have been viewed by more than 2.8 million people in three languages across eighteen countries and counting. Learn more at www.ecprogram.org
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