Meat Analogs: Challenges and Perspectives provides an overview on the subject that is followed by an inventory of research perspectives to highlight the importance of issues and research relating to meat analogs. It explores the severe demographic, ecological, and economic and sociological constraints and uncertainties that exist in the allocation of food production resources. Alternative solutions, in particular meat substitutes, aka, meat analogs or mock-meats are discussed, as are dietary patterns and the control of markets.
- Provides an overview on the subject
- Proposes an inventory of research perspectives
- Highlights the importance of the issues and identifies avenues of research
Christophe Terrien obtained a PhD in Economical sciences at the Université de Reims Champagne Ardenne. Since 2011 he is a teacher at the IUT de l'Aisne, Université de Picardie Jules Verne