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Senkut said that the company’s rollout would be similar to the ways in which Impossible Foods went to market, beginning with a few trial runs in higher-end restaurants and foodstuffs before trying to make a run at a mass consumer market.
From the 80s “fat is bad” paradigm to today’s “sugar is horrible” trend, it’s always been easy to vilify one food component, without digging into how each of us interact with the foodstuff we eat.
On an industrial level, it means, potentially, helping keep foodstuff and medicine at a predetermined temperate while shipping in the international cold chain.
For decades, China has been notorious for knockoffs and tainted foodstuffs, the latter of which have even led to public health crises.
The only animal foodstuff produced in a natural package, easily preserved and handled, is the egg.
OUR DOMESTIC BIRDSJOHN H. ROBINSON
Suppose they use this world to grow monstrous quantities of unattractive but useful foodstuff—in a way—wild?
OPERATION: OUTER SPACEWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS
With our sea scouts and air scouts spread in organised network around, not a shipload of foodstuff could reach the country.
But proteins are distinguished because they contain nitrogen in addition, which is found in no other foodstuff.
These were probably the first to demonstrate the non-absorbability of petroleum and its valuelessness as a foodstuff.
Dec. 30—Foodstuff smuggling plot proves to be extensive; German Embassy stated to be involved.

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