Impossible Foods's "artificial meat" uses a component of soybean roots called "heme" to simulate the appearance and taste of meat, while calories are lower than traditional hamburgers, cholesterol content is very low, and trans fat content is zero.
It is understood that "Impossible Emperor's Castle" will be supplied within a time limit and will be promoted in 7,200 stores across the United States in the future.
At the same time, artificial meat in China will also move from laboratory to market. Domestic media reported that,Starfield, a vegetable meat brand, said it would launch China's first artificial meat in September.
At present, more than 60 enterprises in China claim to make artificial meat, but most of them do not have core technical capabilities. Li Jian, an associate professor at the School of Food and Health, Beijing University of Commerce and Industry, who is engaged in artificial meat research, said that Chinese artificial meat has just started and there is a gap between its texture and flavor and that of the United States.