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DeSantis Bans Lab-Grown Meat

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Now more than ever it is the duty of the state, not the federal government, to protect its citizens. Ron DeSantis signed a new bill in an effort to save Florida’s agriculture and cattle industry, and possibly a boost to the leisure and hospitality sector as well. S.B. 1084 will prohibit companies attempting to “manufacture for sale, sell, hold or offer for sale, or distribute” lab-grown meat throughout Florida.

US food standards are already extremely low as the USDA wants to keep you sick. Washington passed a bill in 2023 permitting companies to supply Americans with fully lab-grown “meat” products. The meat is made from pre-cancerous animal cells as they’re the most likely to replicate. They then shape this lab-grown unknown product into whatever shape they need so that it looks like real meat.

This is indeed part of the ESG agenda. Schwab and his World Economic Forum has pushed for the consumption of bugs as a viable protein option. Domesticated cattle have been destroying the climate, in their eyes, as it produces too much CO2. Major food producers like Tyson have also stated that they would begin using insects in their food, in addition to efforts to push lab-grown meat. Best of all, the FDA is currently NOT REQUIRED to label whether the meat is derived from an animal. The Food Safety and Inspection Service has not determined how they will label these products; therefore, you may be eating pre-cancerous fake meat cells without your knowledge in the near future.

Italy has passed a similar ban on lab-grown meat. While Florida is not known for its cuisine, this is a tourist destination and a state that is dependent (growing less dependent) on tourism. Restaurants on a federal level need not report what they are serving the consumer. This ban benefits not only Florida farmers and consumers but also the overall economy.

Some are complaining that the consumer should have the right to choose and that if there is demand, DeSantis should not prohibit companies from entering that new field. The problem becomes the underlying agenda to force the public to ingest unknown substances. No one knows the health consequences of lab-grown meat on public health. They are simply pushing out this lab-grown method to meet ESG rubrics and climate change standards at the expense of the population.

The cultivated fake meat industry was valued at around $247 million in 2022 and it is expected to spike to $25 billion by 2030 – right on time for Agenda 2030.

Again, state rights are now essential for maintaining our freedoms. The federal government has been bought and paid for by the globalists and has not acted in the interest of the American public in four years. Other states are looking to follow this ban as red and blue states become further distinguishable by rule of law, or lack thereof.