October 12, 2022
Progress is being made on a truly impossible-seeming area of plant-based meat products: steak. And not just any steak—filet mignon.
At MIT Technology Review’s ClimateTech event this afternoon, Impossible Foods founder Pat Brown shared that while he couldn’t give an exact date for when the company’s steak product will be ready for consumers to purchase, there is a prototype—and he tried it out himself earlier this year.
“I’ve tasted our filet mignon prototypes—and they’re pretty damn good,” Brown told senior climate and energy editor James Temple.
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