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Current technologies, regulation, and future perspective of animal product analogs - A reviewopen accessCurrent technologies, regulation, and future perspective of animal product analogs — A review

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Current technologies, regulation, and future perspective of animal product analogs — A review
Authors
Lee, Seung YunLee, Da YoungJeong, Jae WonKim, Jae HyeonYun, Seung HyeonMariano, ErmieLee, JuhyunPark, SungkwonJo, CheorunHur, Sun Jin
Issue Date
Oct-2023
Publisher
Asian-Australasian Association of Animal Production Societies
Keywords
Cultured Meat; Insect; Livestock; Meat Analog; Mycoprotein; Plant-based
Citation
Animal Bioscience, v.36, no.10, pp 1465 - 1487
Pages
23
Indexed
SCIE
SCOPUS
KCI
Journal Title
Animal Bioscience
Volume
36
Number
10
Start Page
1465
End Page
1487
URI
https://scholarworks.gnu.ac.kr/handle/sw.gnu/68757
DOI
10.5713/ab.23.0029
ISSN
2765-0189
2765-0235
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate the recent development of meat analog, industrialization, and the related legal changes worldwide. Summarizing the current status of the industrialization of meat analog, studies on plant-based meat, mycoprotein, and edible insects were mainly conducted to investigate their sensory properties (texture, taste, flavor, and color resembling meat), nutritional and safety evaluations, acquisition method of meat alternatives, and commercialization. Cultured meat is mainly studied for developing muscle satellite cell acquisition and support techniques or materials for the formation of structures. However, these technologies have not reached the level for active industrialization. Even though there are differences in the food categories and labeling between countries, it is common to cause confusion or to relay false information to consumers; therefore, it is important to provide accurate information. In this study, there were some differences in the food classification and food definition (labeling) contents for each country and state depending on the product shape or form, raw materials, and ingredients. Therefore, this study can provide information about the current research available on meat alternatives, improve regulation, and clarify laws related to the meat analog industry, which can potentially grow alongside the livestock industry. © 2023 by Animal Bioscience.
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