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.
21st century veggie burger: ‘Bloody-pink and fleshy’ thanks to genetic engineering
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