‘Fake meat’ from Impossible Foods, backed by Bill Gates and Google, is loaded with GMOs and MSG … Is anyone surprised?
When it comes to innovation in Silicon Valley, nothing is sacred – including meat! That’s right, a team of chemical scientists has developed a new type of fake meat under the branding of “Impossible Foods” that, with the backing of Bill Gates, Google and many of the other usual suspects, is now being pushed as a viable meat alternative that looks, tastes and smells like real meat. But underneath its juicy surface are toxic ingredients like genetically-modified organisms (GMOs), monosodium glutamate (MSG), fake vitamins and all sorts of other toxins.
The concept, which perhaps not surprisingly falls under the banner of “sustainability,” centers around removing from the food chain actual meat products and replacing them with meat-like products that are often branded as being sourced from “plants.” Impossible Foods is no exception, with its marketing tagline claiming that the product is made “entirely from plants” – an absolute misnomer if you actually take a gander at the ingredients list.