World’s First Dairy Made Without Animals

Kinder, Greener Dairy!

The time has finally come. Please welcome the World’s first lab-grown, animal-free, cruelty-free dairy by Perfect Day Foods! Yes, you read that right, this dairy product is identical to traditional dairy protein. Perfect Day Foods dairy bypasses the environmental and ethical impact associated with traditional dairy.

“You can now enjoy the taste, texture and nutrition of traditional dairy, produced sustainably and without the downsides of factory farming, lactose, hormones, or antibiotics.”

Perfect Day Foods claim to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 85% and up to 97% compared to traditional production methods!

The environmentally-friendly dairy product is grown in a lab to replicate the fundamentals of milk proteins that make up dairy — whey & casein.

Here’s how it’s done:

Mapping The Genetic Blueprint

  • The first step is to add the genetic blueprint of a cow’s DNA and introduce it to organisms called microflora (specifically fungi).
  • Perfect Day Food bypassed the cow cheek swab or hair strand to obtain cow genes and instead used genes from free, digitally published scientific databases.

Feeding The Microflora

  • Instead of feeding cows corn or grass, microflora require plant-sugars to produce milk proteins.
  • Every organism needs food to grow and microflora are no different!

Fermenting Process

  • To effectively make sure the microflora have converted the sugar into milk protein, they are fermented.

The Final Result

  • To effectively make sure the microflora have converted the sugar into milk protein, they are fermented.

Perfect Day Foods claim that their animal-free dairy can be used to create a truly sustainable version of any dairy product like cheese, ice cream, yogurt, and more!

Would you try it?

*Don’t forget: This product still contains dairy proteins, so it’s not suitable for those with dairy protein allergies.

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