Memphis Meats, a tech startup based in the Bay Area, announced today that it has begun production of the world’s first “clean” chicken and duck meat—and they’re not talking about giving some run-of-the-mill poultry a nice, soapy bath.  The stuff, which was unveiled at a press event yesterday, is called “clean” because the meat is produced directly from self-reproducing cells, without the need to feed, breed, or slaughter animals. It’s also known as “cultured” or “in vitro” meat. David Kay, a business analyst at Memphis Meats, told MUNCHIES: “We were really excited to just yesterday reveal these products to the world. We’ve been working on the chicken strip for a few months now. Besides the chicken strip, the dish we prepared[…]