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Italy Moves to Ban Lab-Grown Meat in Bid to Protect Food Heritage

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on March 30, 2023

🐂 ጣሊያን በመላው ዓለም ተወዳጅ የሆነውን የምግብ ቅርሷን ለመጠበቅ በላብራቶሬ/ቤተ ሙከራ የተመረተ ስጋን ለማገድ ተንቀሳቅሳለች።

ጥሩ ነገር ነው። ግን እነርሱ ሕዝባቸውን ለማዳን እየሠሩ ነው፤ ያድኑ፤ በእኛ ሃገር ደግሞ፤ እርበርስ ካባሉንና ካስራቡን በኋላ “በእርዳታ” መልክ የተበከለና የተመረዘ ምግብ ይልኩልናል።

“ችግር – ምላሽ – መፍትሔ / “Problem – Reaction – Solution”

ነፍሳቸውን ይማርላቸውና፤ እንደነ ዶ/ር ተወልደ ብርሃን ገብረ እግዚአብሔር ያሉ ድንቅ የአስኩም ኢትዮጵያውያን ልክ ባረፉበት ሰሞን አንድ አሜሪካ ያለ ከሃዲ ነጋዴ እጅግ በጣም ከባድ የሆነ ወንጀል በኢትዮጵያውያን ላይ ለመሥራት በመዘጋጀት ላይ ነው። ይህም በባቢሎን አሜሪካ የተመረተ ጤፍ ወደ ኢትዮጵያ ለመላክ። እንግዲህ ግራኝ አብዮት አህመድ ኦርጋኒክ የሆኑትን የኢትዮጵያ እኅል፣ ፍራፍሬ፣ ዘይት፣ ወተት፣ ስጋ ወዘተ ለኤዶማውያኑ ም ዕራባውያን እና ለእስማኤላውያኑ አረቦችና ቱርኮች ሲልክ ኢትዮጵያውያን ደግሞ እንደ አይጠመጎጥ በቤተ ሙከራ ዝባዝንኬ ቦርጫቸውን ይነፋሉ ማለት ነው። አቤት ክህደት! የጋላኦሮሞ እና ኦሮማራ ክህደት ማቆሚያ የለውም፤ በሁሉ ዘርፍ! የዚህም ወራዳ ግለሰብ እግር ይሠበራል!

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🐂 Italy is moving to ban lab-grown meat. If the proposal is passed by parliament, Italian industry will not be allowed to produce food or feed “from cell cultures or tissues derived from vertebrate animals”

Explaining the decision of the government to back the ban on synthetic foods, Agriculture Minister Francesco Lollobrigida said per the Il Messaggero newspaper: “They are poor quality foods. We protect health and the environment.”

“If this phenomenon were to succeed in imposing itself on the markets, it would produce more unemployment, there would be social injustice,” adding that the legislation will put “Italy at the forefront” of the movement against fake foods.

Meanwhile, Minister of Health Orazio Schillaci said: “We are based on the principle of prevention and preserve the agri-food heritage of our nation. We are for the Mediterranean diet.”

The move came after the agricultural firm Coldiretti collected over 500,000 signatures against the proliferation of synthetic meat. Should the legislation be implemented, those who violate the law would be liable to face fines of up to €60,000 (£53,000).

Following the announcement of the government’s decision to support the bill, a “flash mob” of supporters gathered outside the Chigi Palace in Rome, the 16th century building which has become the official residence of the Prime Minister of Italy.

👉 Courtesy: Euronews


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