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What will technology bring to the table?

Summary Summary text: From artificial meat to more resilient crops, Andrew Purvis scans tomorrow's menus – and finds some solutions more appetising than others. From artificial meat to more resilient crops, Andrew Purvis scans tomorrow's menus – and finds some solutions more appetising than others. Before the end of the year, if Professor Mark Post of Maastricht University gets his way, the world's first test-tube burger will be flame-grilled by Heston Blumenthal at The Fat Duck in Bray and served to a celebrity guest.
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