The Future of Food

  • Currently, livestock takes place in 45% of the global surface on Earth.
  • Rates of deforestation are increasing because they want to increase land expansion to fill it up with animals to then be produced to consumer’s meat
  • The rates of animal production are only increasing and are predicted to increase by up to 73% between 2010 and 2050
  • The world produces 5 x’s the amount of meat than it did 50 years ago (in 2014–317 million tons)
  • For every one human, there are three farm animals alive today
  • There are 22.5 billion more cows, chickens, goats, and pigs living on farms rather than having natural selection locate them
  • Animal production is the biggest polluter of the globe’s freshwater
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“Basically seeing smoke from the amazon is just like seeing second hand smoke to make a burger.” — Pat Brown

How did Impossible Foods get so popular?

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How is the Impossible Meat made?

  1. tasty and still taste like generic meat
  2. be able to provide the consumer with the same nutrient values that meat would provide
  3. forms the right texture when chewed
  4. cookable and usable for all types of foods
  5. scented to be similar to what is provided by meat
  • Heme
  • Soy protein
  • Coconut oil
  • Sunflower oil

Well, what’s next for Impossible?

Key Takeaways —

  • Animal production is causing a massive negative effect on our world and is a major cause in Climate Change
  • Impossible Foods is a plant-based meat company that creates impossible meat that mimics the looks, taste, texture, smell, and overall every single thing about meat.
  • Impossible Foods goal is to get rid of all animal production by 2035

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