Inside the lab inventing “coffee” without beans to save the planet | Just Might Work by Freethink

Inside the lab inventing “coffee” without beans to save the planet | Andy Kleitsch | Atomo
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“The global demand for coffee is encouraging farmers to deforest land. And with the growth of coffee, production will have to triple over the next 30 years. And that means that all of the last wild forests will have to be destroyed. That’s what we’re trying to avoid.”

Atomo is spearheading a movement for sustainable coffee — coffee that’s produced without inflicting any further harm to the environment.

In fact, Atomo is pioneering molecular coffee, a process for synthetically producing coffee molecules. Instead of the laborious, fuel-intensive, environmentally harmful process of growing and harvesting coffee beans and shipping them across the world, the coffee is produced in a lab filled with beakers and people in white coats.

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