Nestlé using DNA to create personalized diets in Japan

Quartz
September 05, 2018
By Quartz
Japan – The world’s largest food company is experimenting with people’s DNA to build and sell personalized nutrition plans that, it says, will extend lifespans and keep people healthy. The company hopes to invent food products that can ward off diseases, such as pizzas that can prevent Alzheimer’s disease. | Quartz reports. | READ MORE

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