[Question] How much do current cultured animal products cost?

An­i­mal Char­ity Eval­u­a­tors iden­ti­fies a list of main­stream an­i­mal prod­ucts in three cat­e­gories in or­der to fore­cast when cul­tured ver­sions of prod­ucts in those cat­e­gories will be cost-com­pet­i­tive with farmed ver­sions:

  • Acel­lu­lar: Milk, Cheese, Yogurt, Cream, Ge­latin, Egg Whites

  • Ground Meat: Ground Beef, Ground Chicken, Ground Pork

  • Whole Pie­ces of Mus­cle Tis­sue: Chicken, Cow, Pig, Fish

I’m es­pe­cially in­ter­ested in any big changes to cost and availa­bil­ity that have hap­pened since the last up­date in late 2017 (in fact, the ar­ti­cle has pre­dic­tions by some peo­ple that some cul­tured acel­lu­lar prod­ucts would be on the mar­ket now; is this the case?)

No answers.