Impossible pork and food from thin air join the latest meat substitute innovations

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Impossible Foods launched its new plant-based alternative to pork in Las Vegas on Monday | Credit: Impossible
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Impossible Foods launched its new plant-based alternative to pork in Las Vegas on Monday | Credit: Impossible

Plant-based meat alternatives continue to grow in popularity, driving innovation from California to Finland

The race to create effective meat substitutes continues to pick up pace, with the launch of a new 'pork alternative' and attempts by Finnish scientists to create protein "from thin air." Californian...

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