Lab-grown burgers and now…coffee? Seattle-based startup developing bean-free ‘molecular’ java

| | August 20, 2019
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[Recently], the United Nations shared yet another alarming report about climate change. This time, it focused on the threat to our food supply due to the overuse of land and water resources plus the loss of arable land due to climate change.

Coffee is a notable offender as the crop requires a lot of water to grow. But at least one company thinks that there’s a future for coffee that’s not grown in soil, but formulated in a lab.

Read full, original article: Will Bean-Free Coffee Be the New Meat-Free Burger?

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