Experts in bioethics (Peter Singer & Mark Budolfson), cultured meat (Isha Datar) and heritage breed meat retail (Patrick Martins) debate the future of meat the 4th MOFAD Roundtable.

On October 16th, this panel tackled questions about the ethics of eating animals, advances in non-meat alternatives in the field of cultured meat, helping animals “live the good life” before slaughter, and whether the ideal human diet should include animal products.

Please be aware that there is graphic language about the treatment of animals, and at [1:13:15 – 1:14:55] a member of the audience makes a statement about rape that may not be suitable for all audiences.

Speakers:

Peter Singer-Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics, Princeton University

Isha Datar- Executive Director, New Harvest

Mark Budolfson- Postdoctoral Fellow, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and University Center for Human Values Princeton University

Patrick Martins – Founder, Heritage Foods USA, Founder, Heritage Radio Network

Moderated by:

Dave Arnold- Founder and President, Museum of Food and Drink

You can learn more about the Museum of Food and Drink (MOFAD) here