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Artificial Burger Tastes Almost Reali
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August 05, 2013
Researchers say advances in biotechnology make it increasingly possible to mass produce artificial food that is as equally tasteful and nutritious as natural food, but without any damage to the environment. VOA's George Putic reports that Dutch scientists presented their first artificial hamburger on Monday in London.

Artificial Burger Tastes Almost Real

Published August 05, 2013

Researchers say advances in biotechnology make it increasingly possible to mass produce artificial food that is as equally tasteful and nutritious as natural food, but without any damage to the environment. VOA's George Putic reports that Dutch scientists presented their first artificial hamburger on Monday in London.


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