[LISTEN] Technology of life: The future of food
Ever thought about what innovation in the food and agriculture sector may include in the future?
Businesswoman and broadcaster Refiloe Mpakanyane joined Lee Kasumba on the Azania Mosaka Show to share her insights and how popular culture imagines food in the future.
She also shares more about the Impossible Burger, which is an offering of plant-based meat that bleeds and sizzles like real meat. It's made using an ingredient called haem.
We can look to a future where there is food scarcity, where global warming is affecting agriculture and how we are currently eating.Refiloe Mpakanyane, Businesswoman and broadcaster
Companies like Impossible Foods have come across interesting ways, not to convince people to go meatless, but to convince people that plant based meat can be done well and also from an ecological view.Refiloe Mpakanyane, Businesswoman and broadcaster
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