'Meat' that bleeds, made in a lab. Impossible Foods launches its burger patties in Singapore

CUT by Wolfgang Puck at Marina Bay Sands is serving The Impossible Slider, that uses plant-based meat burger patties. PHOTO: MARINA BAY SANDS
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SINGAPORE - It looks like meat, tastes like meat and even bleeds like meat. An American biochemist and his team of more than 100 scientists in Redwood City, California, have done the impossible - created a plant-based meat that tastes almost like the real thing.

Impossible Foods launches its burger patties in Singapore on March 7, partnering with eight restaurants, which are offering dishes made with the meat substitute. These range from sliders to Beef Wellington.

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