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Modern food processing and distribution methods have created an ecosystem that can feed millions of people, but some folks argue that the resulting food isn't very healthy. Do people have to give up on food technology -- or should we just wait for food innovators to create food that is economical, healthy and sustainable? Here are just a few interesting food developments.
- Over 15,000 restaurants around the US are trying to offer more healthy kids meals. But will parents really be able to sell their kids on healthy meals instead of happy meals? [url]
- Human-based gelatin instead of animal-based gelatin could be commercially viable soon. There's always room for more human-based Jello... [url]
- Vegan ice cream from Germany doesn't actually sound that healthy, but it doesn't have any animal or dairy products in it. And it comes in just four flavors: Vanilla-Cherry, Strawberry-Mousse, Walnut Dream and Choco-Flakes. [url]
- To discover more food-related links, check out what's floating around in StumbleUpon. [url]