Last year Berkshire wrote about Soylent. “The new cult beverage that’s swept the U. S. and is now gaining traction across The Pond in the U. K., is aimed less at weight watchers and more at those who simply do not have the time, capacity, or perhaps the imagination to prepare chewable meals.”
So what has changed since that article? As of April 8, 2019, 4378 Walmart stores, 20,000 locations are now offering 5 of Soylent’s ready-to-drink (RTD) meal replacement drinks.
Is this the future of food?
According to press north of the border, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) adjudicated that Soylent does not meet ‘the compositional requirements for meal replacement products,’ halting imports until the deficiencies are rectified.
Berkshire looks forward to researching more about Soylent and ready-to-drink (RTD) replacement meals. Maybe Canada has it right?
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