Meat and Milk from the Offspring of Clones

Over at my Food Ethics Blog, I’ve got a new (short) posting about cloning animals for food: Milk and Meat from the Offspring of Clones.

(Not surprisingly, given that this is 2010, there’s turning out to be a fair bit of overlap between that blog and this one, as the months go by.)

All I’ve got to add here is this: it’s interesting (worrisome, to some) that “cloned foods” (loosely speaking) are entering the food chain by stealth. So, fodder for discussion: is this a good or bad thing for biotech, generally?

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About Chris MacDonald

I'm a philosopher who teaches at Ryerson University's Ted Rogers School of Management in Toronto, Canada. Most of my scholarly research is on business ethics and healthcare ethics.
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