Let's use a real world analogue:
Sage infused free range pork loin
This is an actual example of how this phrasing is used and it can be a bit complex to parse.
So, in this case, we've replaced "okra" with "sage" (an herb) and replaced "tank-grown" with "free-range".
So, in this case, the pork loin is infused with the flavor of sage leaves. Meat infusion is done in a variety of ways including through brines, smokes, and injections. It's unclear how the meat in your example is infused but it has been infused with the flavor of okra.
"Free-range" describes the production method of the meat. Modern options include "free-range" - which means the meat wasn't kept in pens but allowed to graze more naturally; "conventionally raised" - which is the "standard"; and other terms like "organic" or "corn-fed".
At this point, we're not technologically capable of growing meat in tanks but it's in the works... here's the real world analogue. It's considered to be a very expensive process right now but, in a space-faring society, where raising livestock in space is not likely to be viable for cost reasons, having an option to "grow" meat in a nutrient solution is a way to have meat products, or at least meat analogues, without the expense of caring for, housing, and feeding livestock in space.
This is additionally complicated by the fact that they are "ribs". At this point, we're only trying to grow the flesh itself... growing flesh on bones would likely be an even more complex process.