Humans will be on a predominantly plant-based diet in 100 years
Rumour has it that by 2219 our diets will be mostly plant-based, with farmed meat supplemented by lab-grown and 3D-printed alternatives due to climate change concerns.
Hilton as part of its 100 year celebrations has released a report predicting how the world will look in another century – and things don't bode so well for meat eaters.
According to Hilton, the world will veer towards vertical hydroponic crop-growing farms. Or we might just go intergalactic and use other planets to farm crops.
According to the experts, McDonald’s and Burger King will have competition in the form of meal capsules.
Hilton put together a tentative guest menu that includes a Waldorf mussel salad tossed in algae mayonnaise to start. A main course of organically reared beetle burger with triple cooked crickets and samphire fries. And to finish the meal off – green velvet cupcake made with seaweed buttercream.
Hmm we're not so sure how we feel about going meat-free but atleast that will be for another generation to figure out.