Food Tech Company To Recruit 100 Taste-Testers For Slaughter-Free Bacon
A food technology company in California is aiming to recruit 100 taste-testers to sample its slaughter-free bacon.
Mission Barns is planning a week-long taste-testing event for its new bacon product, which is made from a combination of plant-based ingredients and cultured animal cells.
“We definitely are looking for a diverse set of folks in terms of palates and backgrounds,” said Eitan Fischer, co-founder of Mission Barns.
Fischer added that the company is looking for, a combination of “High end chefs,” and “everyday people who really know and really like bacon.”
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Mission Barns was established in 2018 by Fischer and David Bowman. The duo have created the bacon using animal cells that have been grown in a laboratory, meaning the final product is considered “slaughter-free.”
The company has teamed up with two restaurants in California for the taste-tests, with participants to be served meals made with the plant-based bacon.
Those who wish to apply can click here to register their interest.
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