Singapore all set to embark on its own mission impossible foods

Food-grade microalgae protein (in powder form) made into patties, as an alternative to animal- and plant-based protein, produced by Sophie's Kitchen. PHOTO: SOPHIE'S KITCHEN
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SINGAPORE - Singaporeans are no strangers to plant-based substitutes for meat, with the products of Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat already entrenched.

But with climate change likely to make soy, peas and even microalgae more sustainable sources of protein than animal products, Singapore will enter this multibillion-dollar industry more aggressively.

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