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Italy’s rightwing authorities has authorized a draft legislation that will ban home manufacturing of lab-grown meat because it seeks to guard the nation’s conventional culinary heritage and highly effective agribusiness pursuits.

The draft legislation, which should nonetheless be authorized by parliament earlier than it will probably take impact, prohibits the cultivation of meat from cells in Italy, although it stated it could not prohibit imports of lab-grown meat produced elsewhere in Europe.

Italy’s minister of agriculture and meals sovereignty, Francesco Lollobrigida, stated the prohibition was wanted to “assure high quality, effectively being, and the safety of our tradition, our custom.” Violators face the prospect of heavy fines as much as €65,000, and the potential shutdown of their factories.