As NASA prepares to send astronauts into deep space for extended missions there is a growing concern over how we'll be able to provide enough food for these missions. The solution it seems is in figuring out how to grow plants in space.
Nick Halla was the first employee at plant-based meat startup Impossible Foods. Now as SVP of International he's in charge of their global rollout and shares their vision for a meat-free future.
3D printing has taken the world by storm - we can print everything from the tiniest parts for a model robot, to jet engines, and even entire buildings. But one of the biggest revolutions in 3D printing is only just starting to take shape, and that’s the idea of having 3D printed food.
2019 is quickly becoming the year of plant-based protein with many companies heavily pushing to distribute their alternative products to the mass market. So what is the current state of the plant-based protein market and what does that mean for new startups in the space?
The global population is predicted to grow to more than nine billion people by 2050, and with all those extra people will come a need to find more sustainable ways of producing our foods.
Would you be willing to swap your regular steak for something that tastes the same but is grown in a lab, if it meant saving the planet?