Jeff Bezos Pumps $60 Million into Development of Fake Meat Products

Billionaire Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has joined the war on food by pumping $60 million into efforts to advance the development of fake meat products.

Bezos joins Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and the World Economic Forum (WEF) in the race to replace all-American, farm and ranch-reared meats with mass factory-produced synthetic “foods.”

The moves come amid a globalist effort to seize control of the food supply.

As Slay News has reported, corporate-communist elites are pushing to eliminate farmers from the food supply and replace meat and dairy products with lab-grownmeats” and “milk” along with insect-based products, all of which can be mass-produced in industrial plants and fed to the general public.

The Bezos Earth Fund (BEF) will be spending an initial $60 million to fund research and development of “alternative proteins.”

The University of Melbourne defines “alternative proteins” as “plant-based and food-technology alternatives to animal protein” which also include insect-based “foods.”

The BEF announced Tuesday that the $60 million commitment is part of the organization’s $1 billion campaign to “transform food systems” to “fight climate change.”

The move was announced by the BEF’s Vice Chair Lauren Sánchez, Bezos’ cartoon fiancé.

In an interview with Bloomberg News, Andy Jarvis, the director of the BEF’s “Future of Food” initiative, touted the push for “alternative proteins” – lab-grown and insect-based “foods.”

“Alternative proteins are an imperative if we are to stay within planetary boundaries if we are to feed 10 billion people within those boundaries,” Jarvis told Bloomberg.

“We’re investing in alternative proteins because they need to be successful …

“They need to cost less, they need to be more flavorful.”

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The spending will support research centers at universities that work to advance the taste, texture, and nutritional value of synthetic meat, as well as reduce the costs of manufacturing, Jarvis told Bloomberg News.

The organization’s push to develop and promote synthetic meats is a needed project because greenhouse gas emissions attributable to agriculture, and specifically livestock agriculture, purportedly play a major role in driving climate change, according to BEF.

“Food is the second largest cause of climate change, and agriculture is the primary driver of deforestation and biodiversity loss,” BEF wrote in a Tuesday statement.

“Making the food system more sustainable requires changing the way we produce and consume food.

“Given population and income growth, by 2050 food consumption is expected to rise by 50%, while emissions from food will need to fall by 60% and pressure on vital forest systems will need to be reduced.

“New ideas, technologies, and behaviors can make this possible.”

Notably, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) released a report on agricultural systems in December 2023.

The report was published shortly before the conclusion of last year’s United Nations climate summit.

In the report, the FAO — which is led by Qu Dongyu, the former Chinese vice minister of Agriculture and Rural Affairs — called on policymakers to shift agricultural systems in order to combat “climate change.”

It asserted that people in wealthier nations like the U.S. must “fight climate change” by slashing their meat consumption.

Meanwhile, elites who attended the summit were served a range of gourmet meats.

READ MORE – WEF Pushes Ban on Home-Grown Food to ‘Fight Climate Change’

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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