New manufactured "food": the most ambitious project is Rob Rhinehart‘s cheekily named “Soylent,” an attempt to replace food entirely with a liquid shake that has all the protein, fat, carbohydrates and micronutrients you need. The only ingredients recognizable as food are salt and olive oil.
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Description: The image is a bottle centered around visually delicious looking healthy vegetables. The completely nonverbal attempt here is to create an idea in the viewer’s mind that all of these fresh veggies are somehow contained within the container that houses the drink. The image is taken from the Soylent website, a company that produces engineered foods. The nutrition label of the Soylent drink does not list any of these vegetables pictured as ingredients.