From NASA to your table: A history of food from thin air

A fairly old idea, but a really good one, is about to hit the store shelves.

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  • The idea of growing food from CO2 dates back to NASA 50 years ago.
  • Two companies are bringing high-quality, CO2-derived protein to market.
  • CO2-based foods provide an environmentally benign way of producing the protein we need to live.
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