Thursday, 28 February 2013 14:35
Josh Tetrick, founder of start up Hampton Creek food, worked together with specialists such as food scientists, chefs and molecular biologists to figure out how to create a product that is made out of plants but works like an egg. The team had to dissect an egg down to its microbiology and nutritional components. They developed a plant-based egg, called 'Beyond Eggs'. The Beyond Eggs can replace an egg in food like baked goods, dressing ore sauces. Beyond Eggs are healthier, cholesterol-free, allergy-free and the food safety is better.
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