The production process involved cultivating stem cells and then combining them with collagen to create small pieces of muscle. The mini-muscles were then stimulated with electricity to give them a "workout" and then used as the basis for burger mince.
Around 20,000 meat strands - mixed with lab-grown animal fat and other flavourings - were needed to create just one burger.
Professor Mark Post holds the world's first lab-grown beef burger
Now the scientist who made that burger - Dutch professor Mark Post - estimates he can produce a kilogram of the "meat" for just $80 - which means that a burger of the same size would now cost $11.36.
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