As far back as the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893, people were speculating and writing about the inevitable arrival, one day, of a food pill that would replace conventional meals.
The Institute For the Future in Palo Alto, California is home to a few invaluable human beings who have to come up with feasible solutions to combat any crises that the future may bring. We spoke to their "food futurist."
Hakan Gorenli, the owner of a kebab takeout in North London, reports 99 percent customer satisfaction.
Suggested slogan: 'Use your phone to grow your own.'
"Each salami will have roughly 30% celebrity meat and 40% lab-grown animal meats," a representative of BiteLabs says.
Hey, Internet: Got questions for Rob Rhinehart, CEO and inventor of Soylent? Well, ask away.
You know what's an complete waste of time, money, and effort? Eating. I mean, wouldn't you rather just ingest a tasteless form of sustenance for the rest of your life and never have to go through that tedious rigmarole of opening and eating a...