Lab Grown Palm Oil? Scientists are Trying for It

( – The contradictions spouted by the left never cease, so one can be excused for skepticism when first learning about the possibility of lab-grown palm oil that remains friendly to the environment.

Such a prospect is said to potentially alleviate deforestation, but in a world of leftist discrepancies the technology would inevitably have to be developed alongside recent calls from Bill Gates to actively deforest the planet. Gates has already spent millions on a plan that advocates for vast swaths of worldwide timber to be cut and buried in an effort to rid the globe of more CO2.

The tech mogul’s scheme is not satire. The billionaire has further called for everyone to eat only synthetic beef in a best-case scenario for protein consumption. A worst-case alternative presented not long ago by the WEF promotes the possibility that we will all be forced to eat bugs.

Ulterior motives aside, synthetic palm oil is the latest trend being promoted in the mainstream media. The oil’s use in everyday products is multi-faceted and not limited only to the food industry. While it is considered a cooking lubricant, the oil is also used in a plethora of detergent and cosmetic products.

Half of all the packages on western store shelves contain the nutrient in some way. The latest numbers show it to be the most widely used vegetable oil on the planet and over 1.7 million tons of it is used in the United States alone. Its immense use is said to come with the side effects of deforestation and pollution.

C16 Biosciences is a company that claims to have developed an alternative at their NYC-based lab. While they won’t provide specific numbers, the business does say that they are growing “metric tons” of it weekly in one of their 50,000-liter tanks. C16 has already partnered with companies in the beauty industry and anticipates moving on to food providers before long.

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