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Winston Churchill: "Fifty years hence we shall escape the absurdity of growing a whole
chicken in order to eat the breast or wing by growing these parts separately under a suitable medium."
1/1/19321/1/1982New Harvest
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Jason Matheny: "Within several years, lab meat could be used in Spam, sausage, and even chicken nuggets."3/1/20053/1/2008http://www.new-harvest.org/2005/03/tissue-engineers-cook-up-plan-for-lab-grown-discover/
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NYT Magazine: "In a few years' time there may be a lab-grown meat ready to market as sausages or patties"12/11/200512/11/2008http://www.nytimes.com/2005/12/11/magazine/11ideas_section2-9.html
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NYT Magazine: " In 20 years, the scientists predict, they may be able to grow a whole beef or pork loin."12/11/200512/11/2025http://www.nytimes.com/2005/12/11/magazine/11ideas_section2-9.html
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Scientist Henk Haagsman: "hope to grow a form of minced [pork] meat suitable for burgers, sausages and pizza toppings within the next few years."6/21/20066/21/2009http://www.wired.com/science/discoveries/news/2006/06/71201
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Scientist Paul Kosnik: "We believe the goal of a processed meat product is attainable in the next five years if funding is available and the R&D is pursued aggressively."

6/21/20066/21/2011http://www.wired.com/science/discoveries/news/2006/06/71201
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Wired.com: "The technology to grow a juicy steak, however, is still a decade or so away. No one has yet figured out how to grow blood vessels within tissue."6/21/20066/21/2016http://www.wired.com/science/discoveries/news/2006/06/71201
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In-Vitro Meat Consortium: "In Vitro Meat Consortium still hopes to produce processed meats within a few years."1/5/20081/5/2011Globe and Mail
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In-Vitro Meat Consortium: "In Vitro Meat Consortium still hopes to produce ... higher-quality cuts by 2020."1/5/20081/1/2020Globe and Mail
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Telegraph: "It's predicted that commercial production could be underway within five years, with the hope that mass production of in vitro meat could feed the world's starving millions."12/30/200912/30/2014Telegraph
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Jason Matheny: "[Matheny] thought lab-produced meat might be on the market within the next few years."1/22/20101/22/2013Hobart Mercury (Australia)
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Mark Post: "Post said [lab-produced meat entering the market] could take about a decade."1/22/20101/22/2020Hobart Mercury (Australia)
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Jason Matheny: "Matheny...estimates that once the high cost of creating cultured meat is lowered, the product could be in supermarket coolers within five to 10 years."

1/27/20101/27/2020http://articles.latimes.com/2010/jan/27/news/la-bx-science-meat27-2010jan27

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Mark Post: "Professor [Mark] Post told Scientific American magazine that he thought the first test-tube burger could be made within 12 months."1/29/20111/29/2012The New Zealand Herald
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Mark Post: "With unlimited funding, Dr. Post says, in vitro meat could be made commercially available in 10 to 20 years.7/11/20117/11/2021National Post
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Mark Post: "But at the current pace, with the current funding, it's going to take forever."7/11/20117/11/2111National Post
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New Scientist: "The world's first lab-grown sausage is scheduled to appear in six months"9/3/20113/3/2012New Scientist
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Neil Stephens: "Potential for the first full burger to be produced within a year"10/22/201110/22/2012The Western Mail
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Neil Stephens: "The likelihood is that mass-produced artificial beef, pork, lamb or chicken is at least a decade away."10/22/201110/22/2021The Western Mail
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Mark Post: "While Monday's fry-up will be a world first and only an initial proof-of concept, the Dutch scientist reckons commercial production of cultured beef could begin within the next 20 years."8/5/20138/5/2033Reuters
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