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  • SolveCasters
    Honestly the bigger hurdle for us is going to be regulatory approval. We're probably three to five years from market. As we should be, I think feeding the most precious beings on the planet, you like should have to prove that the product safe and effective. But it's challenging, in a world of breastmilk where we know more about the male prostate than we do about the components of breast milk. It means that there's a lot of scientific legwork that has to be done as us as a company, not just for our technology, but for the entire field of infant nutrition and breast milk. And it's a slow process. We're building a lot of expertise, really pioneering, lactation science at this point, we started to look around and realize there's really nobody else who knows more than us which is exciting, but also scary when you get to that point as a company. http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/15379-technology-for-the-production-of-breast-milk-outside-the-body-with-michelle-eger-co-founder-ceo-at-biomilq
    2021-04-01
  • SolveCasters
    When we built the modern food system, it's really all about eradicating hunger and under nourishment and famines. And, we were largely successful. So even though the population increased two and a half times between 1960 and today we increased, food production and yields much faster, but we optimize the food system for cheap calories, meaning that we didn't focus on feeding, nourishing people, but actually feeding people calories. And that's meant that today, the number one risk factor for disease, disability and premature death, is, poor diets. So one in five deaths, 10 million people each year. And that's, cardiovascular disease, high BMI, high blood pressure, certain forms of stroke and cancer, all diet related. http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/15232-solving-for-the-future-of-food-with-daniel-ruben-food-tech-advisor
    2021-04-01
  • SolveCasters
    I'm really excited about what I'm seeing in the alternative protein space and can be anything really from plant-based foods cell-based or lab grown foods, but also alternative animal feeds alternatives to say soy and fishmeal. so one example of course, is impossible foods with our plant-based burgers. And what's exciting about them is that they're doing a very good job mimicking the whole experience of animal sourced meat. So the price that tastes convenience, everything. and there are many other plant-based, companies in the sort of meat, dairy, and egg space that are growing everywhere. Another example, is alternative animal feeds. instead of using soy and fishmeal startups are working on things like algae, single cell proteins, algae as a way of feeding animals and doing so in a more sustainable way. http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/15232-solving-for-the-future-of-food-with-daniel-ruben-food-tech-advisor
    2021-04-01