Milk from lettuce

Israel’s Pigmentum has developed a variety of lettuce that produces casein – the key ingredient of cows’ milk. Lettuce contains over 90% liquid and when squeezed out, the milky casein plus some natural ingredients, forms a product that is ready to drink, pour on your breakfast cereal or add to your coffee.

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