Dinner of the future
By Canadian Packaging magazineDesign & Innovation General dinner of the future New Atlas new food science
From the on-line science magazine New Atlas, take a look at what your dinner table could look like in 2036.
Like death and taxes, food is a necessity for everyone. And yet, what we eat is in a constant state of flux.
What we eat today is certainly not what we ate 40 years ago or what we may eat in the near future of 2036, a mere 20 years from now.
This past year as certainly seen a lot of new scientific revelations, from beef grown in a lab, to seaweed as a bacon substitute, to even how it’s prepared with a robot cooking a bratwurst sausage to perfection.
Check out the photo gallery over at New Atlas on-line magazine: HERE.