Unnaturally Delicious

Unnaturally Delicious

How Science and Technology Are Serving up Super Foods to Save the World

Book - 2016
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Unnaturally Delicious is the story of today's innovators who are shaping the future of food. You'll meet an ex-farmer entrepreneur whose software is being used on farms all over the world; egg producers who've created housing systems that affordably improve hen welfare; scientists who are growing meat without the cow; and college students who are coaxing bacteria to help improve food quality and fight obesity. Nutrient-enhanced sweet potatoes are being used to solve malnutrition in the developing world, and we may soon have tasty 3-D printed food delivered by a robotic chef. In Unnaturally Delicious, Jayson Lusk offers optimism for the future, showing how science and technology can help solve the world's largest food and farming problems.--INSIDE FLAP.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2016.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9781250074300
Branch Call Number: 338.1 LUSK
Characteristics: ix, 246 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm


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Jun 28, 2016

Good counterpoint to current foodie discussions.


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