Would you eat cloned meat?
Meat and milk from cloned cattle and their offspring is safe to consume, independent scientists have said. Are you happy to consume it?
The Advisory Committee on Novel Foods and Processes said it believed the food was unlikely to present any risk. The Food Standards Agency will discuss the conclusions in December before providing further advice to ministers.
In the US, South America and Asia, farmers can breed from cloned cows, sheep and pigs in order to increase milk and meat production. However, critics say there are strong ethical and animal welfare reasons to ban its use in European agriculture.
Should cloned milk and meat be available to eat? Should science have a part in food production? Have you changed your mind over the years about cloned animal products? Are you concerned about where your food has come from?
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