The 20th century veggie burger was a beige patty packed with whole grains and carrot chunks, sold in a brown paper wrapper. The 21st century version? It’s bloody-pink and fleshy, thanks to heme, an ingredient created via genetic engineering.
In his futuristic speech to open the conference held in Amsterdam, author Adjiedj Bakas told delegates that “technology will renew your industry” and warned them to embrace change with the right attitude. Read moreRead More »
A study found people around the globe care about what goes in their food and on their tables, but even the most diligent consumer admitted they don’t really know the meaning of many food labels, the differences in farming methods like organic and conventional and the environmental impact. Read moreRead More »