Finnish startup Solar Foods has produced a food ingredient from air, water, electricity and microbes, which had its first official tasting in Singapore on Thursday. Called 'solein', the yellow-coloured powder contains 65-70% protein, 5-8% fat, 10-15% dietary fibres and 3-5% mineral nutrients. The ingredient can be used to make several food items, including bread, pasta, noodles and ice cream.
by Hiral Goyal
on 27 May