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What Is Cultivated Meat?

Our short "What is Cultivated Meat?" builds on our full-length video presentation "Future of Food" to take a deeper dive into the process of developing cultivated meat along with the environmental and health benefits this food technology can provide. This video presentation is designed for viewers ages 12+.

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Photo Credit: UPSIDE Foods

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 This content is currently offered in English using global data.

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Foodborne illnesses

Stem cells

Cultivated meat

Food technology

Biodiversity loss


Cell-based meat




Cultured meat

Transmissible diseases


Animal agriculture

Greenhouse gas emissions


Animal waste

Regulatory approval

"Cultivated meat has the potential to drastically reduce the environmental and health impacts of our current food systems which rely heavily on conventional animal agriculture."


Our presentations are science-based and updated frequently with the latest data from well-respected and reputable organizations. We pride ourselves on providing only cited, factual, and unbiased information to encourage discussions surrounding the impact of food choices and to promote critical thinking about solutions to the health and environmental crises we face worldwide.

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We believe education is a right. Our presentations and additional educational resources are always free.

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Academic Standards

Booking for your students? Educated Choices Program presentations support Academic Standards for Science, Social Studies, Food and Consumer Science, Health and Physical Education, Language/Arts, Advanced Academics/Gifted and College-prep courses. Click on the buttons below for country and grade level to review how ECP presentations support individual Academic Standards.


Our Audiences

The Educated Choices Program is an international organization offering educational resources in English, Spanish, and German. Our presentations have reached over 3 million individuals in 57 countries and territories and counting. Don't see your country highlighted below? Don't worry. No matter where you live, you can book our presentations at no cost 24/7. All you need is internet access.

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Our educational materials have been used in these 57 countries and territories so far: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, England, France, Germany, Guatemala, Honduras, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Macao, Mauritius, Mexico, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Northern Ireland, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Scotland, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Türkiye, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United States, Uruguay, Venezuela, Vietnam.


Reviews & Quotes

Our content has been well-received by millions of people worldwide. We are proud to be welcomed back year after year by teachers, community organizations, companies, and other groups that care about making a positive impact on our future.

“I think this information should be shown to people worldwide. I think it is the first step in making change...” - College Senior, Tacoma, Washington

“I have made changes to my health. It’s hard to change a lifestyle but it is worth it if you're helping your future, health, and community.” - College Senior, Houston, Texas

“There are better, healthier and more beneficial ways of consuming food that will preserve the environment, animals and humans.” - College Senior, Houston, Texas

“Great work presenting me with new ways to eat clean and to enjoy the many things we enjoy.” - College Junior, San Jose City College, San Jose, California

“My class is doing an entire presentation on several different aspects of food ethics. I feel as though this is very helpful, as we, as a class, are able to see the many different ways we can alter our eating habits in order to help the Earth.” - 12 grader, Stamford, Connecticut

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