Lab-grown meat could be in some restaurants soon
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Lab-grown meat could be on its way onto grocery store shelves and restaurant pantries sooner rather than later. One California-based startup, UPSIDE Foods, is seeking USDA approval to distribute its cultivated chicken product by the end of this year. Disney and the state of Florida are continuing their spat over Disney World's special status in the state. And, economist Julia Coronado gives some insight into why there's optimism that the U.S. economy might be able to avoid a recession this year.
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What will it take for consumers to accept lab-grown meat?
Lab-grown meat makers are optimistic their products will soon be available at a handful of San Francisco-area restaurants.
Florida to re-examine Disney World's special status
Marketplace's Nova Safo reports.
Are economists now optimistic about avoiding a recession?
Julia Coronado, founder of MacroPolicy Perspectives, gives us some reasons why a recession might be avoidable.
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