I was interviewed recently for this piece on artificial meat that appeared a couple days ago in a major online French publication. I'm not fluent enough in French to competently comment on the content of the article, but I found one line of questioning by the journalist, Yannick Demoustier, quite perceptive.
He noted the demand for meat substitutes and artificial meat was motivated by many factors including animal welfare and environmental concerns. Many (though not all) of the folks trying to reduce meat consumption are also motivated by a "return to nature" phenomena - seeking to avoid "artificial" food.
The journalists asked how these folks will react to meat made in a lab with the latest scientific technologies. The choice pits desires for "naturalness" against desires for "sustainability" and highlights the fact that these two are not the same. I don't think we know much about this trade-off and it is a great question for future research.