The FDA recently approved cloned animals for meat and milk.
I think most vegans don’t really care much about this except for a few issues, highlighted by other blogs. I’ll let them do the talking:
Animal Blawg says
“I have no idea whether cloned animal products are more unhealthy than non-cloned animal products. Perhaps this will discourage some people from eating meat and milk. However, the real victims here are the animals, since the cloning process causes more harm to the animals than a natural reproduction process (not that the agribusiness’s reproduction process is very “natural” to begin with). “
Taste Better says
” For the sake of meat eaters, let’s hope that things have changed since five years ago, when we wrote that ‘Cloning to create new animals will almost always create an abnormal creature.’ Of course, if you eat meat and this development worries you at all, you’re more than welcome on “our side.” We’ve even streamlined the signup process so there’s no forms to fill out or anything!
As for the vegans out there, I think you’ve got a fun set of questions to ask your omni friends at the next lunch break…”