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Burgers, bugs and the shift to a new way of eating

A laboratorist analyses a sample of fish at the tuna and seafood research and development laboratory of Thai Union Group, known as the Global Innovation Incubator or Gii, in Bangkok, Thailand July 20, 2016. Image: REUTERS/Jorge Silva

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Impossible Foods has received millions of dollars of funding for its plant-based burgers. Image: Reuters/Shannon Stapleton
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