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Appliance grows ingredients for food within a week from plant cells

A home appliance that grows the ingredients for a healthy meal within a week from plant cells is no longer science fiction. VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd's first 3-D-printed CellPod prototype is already producing harvests.
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