Finnish Microbial Fermentation Start-Up Creates Super Food Out of Thin Air

“I’m watching a process 20 times more efficient than photosynthesis, by which Solein uses renewable energy to turn hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide into a replacement for eggs, milk, cheese, mayonnaise, and meat.”
– Food writer Tamar Adler, touring the bioreactor of Finnish microbial fermentation start-up Solar Foods. Compared to agriculture, Solein and similar microbial protein products could feed humanity at a fraction of the environmental cost, Adler writes.
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