Bezos Funds Fake Meat Tech As Elites Push To Reset Global Food Supply Chain

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by Tyler Durden
Wednesday, Mar 13, 2024 - 10:40 PM

Bezos Earth Fund Vice Chair Lauren Sánchez announced this week at the multi-day Aspen Ideas: Climate event at the Miami Beach Convention Center that the fund will invest tens of millions of dollars in advancing the science and technology surrounding "alternative proteins." 

Sánchez said a $60 million investment will establish Bezos Centers for Sustainable Protein as part of the Bezos Earth Fund's $1 billion initiative to transform the food supply chain. 

Bezos Earth Fund stated in a press release, "The Centers will target major technological barriers to reducing cost, increasing quality, and boosting nutritional benefit of alternative proteins by advancing science and technology." 

Sánchez said, "We need to feed 10 billion people with healthy, sustainable food throughout this century while protecting our planet. We can do it, and it will require a ton of innovation." 

"Our world is poised for transformation, for a future not constrained by compromise. Solutions to our greatest challenges often come from the quiet persistence of those willing to question, reimagine, and innovate," she added. 

Under the guise of climate change, the World Economic Forum and some billionaire members have been obsessed with resetting the global food supply chain. They attempt to transition the world's population from a meat-based diet to insects, fake meat, and plant-based foods. 


Corporate media has been trying to convince the masses... 

Pay attention to Europe's farmers. They're rising up by the tens of thousands against the climate cult in Brussels, which is trying to kill small farms through disastrous 'greenhouse gas pollution' measures. The move by the government and elites to crush farmers is an attempt to seize control over the food supply. 

Say no to fake meat and insects. Buy local.