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Alternative Proteins

XPRIZEXPRIZE Los Angeles, CaliforniaPosts: 108 admin
  1. Plant and/or cell-based meats (beef, chicken, and fish) are commercially available at a price point that can compete with other proteins and with equal or better nutritional content, taste and texture.
  2. Insects, seaweed and algae are genetic modified to make them more appealing sources of protein.

Taken a step further: a home kit for producing cell/plant/insect-based proteins.


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