The Dystopian Future of Food

Although food in America is cheaper than ever, the future of food will continue to reflect a deep economic divide between classes, according to Paste. That division is in the form of those who can afford the expense of organic, healthy foods and those who rely on cheaper heavily processed foods for daily meals. For example, Soylent is touted as a nutrient-filled meal-replacement drink that eliminates the need to consume processed foods, yet it is still out of the price range of those who subsist on them.

  • Fairy Tail

    if soylent is such a good product, why isn’t available to the average public? It’s pretty expensive

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