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‘Butter’ made from CO2 could pave the way for food without farming

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'Butter' made from CO2 could pave the way for food without farming

Savor’s synthetic butter

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A new type of dietary fat that doesn’t require animals or large areas of land to produce could soon be on sale in the US as researchers and entrepreneurs race to develop the first “synthetic” foodstuffs.

US start-up Savor has created a “butter” product made from carbon, in a thermochemical system closer to fossil fuel processing than food production. “There is no biology involved in our specific process,” says Kathleen Alexander from the firm.

Instead, its butter is derived from the carbon…

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