Anastasia Krivoruchko: "You can’t create a delicious product without delicious fat"
There are good fats and bad fats. The Swedish start-up Melt&Marble has made it its mission to produce animal-like fats for plant-based foods with the help of fermentation. At the GDI, the start-up’s CEO Anastasia Krivoruchko gave us an interview and answered our questions about precision fermentation and "brewed" fats.

"Basically, we engineer yeasts to take in sugars and convert them into fats. Similar to brewing beer or wine," says Anastasia Krivoruchko. At the GDI's second International Food Innovation Conference, she explained how Melt&Marble can produce any type of fat. The vegetable fats currently used do not have the same properties as animal fats, and that is exactly the gap that the startup wants to close:


Evgeny Morozov: "AI by itself does not solve problems" (Video)
How can AI help us innovate? Is data the new gold? Evgeny Morozov, internet visionary and author of "The Net Delusion: The Dark Side of Internet Freedom", shared his insights on the full potential of AI in a video interview with the GDI.