Sophie Borland
Daily Mail
June 27, 2011

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The first ‘test-tube’ hamburger is only a year away, scientists claim.

They believe the product, beef mince grown from stem cells, could pave the way for eating meat without animals being slaughtered.

The Dutch scientists predict that over the next few decades the world’s population will increase so quickly that there will not be enough livestock to feed everyone.

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As a result, they say, laboratory-grown beef, chicken and lamb could become normal.

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