There are more and more non-dairy milks hitting the shelves, from soy and hemp to pecans and flax seed, but a milk alternative (hopefully) coming in 2019 is actually a dairy product, despite the fact that it comes out of a 3D printer and not a cow’s udder. Founded by Ryan Pandya and Perumal Gandhi, Perfect Day is a San Francisco-based company on a mission to make animal-free dairy products available to everyone. They recently entered into a Joint Development Agreement with Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), a global agriculture and food ingredients business based in Illinois, to scale up production and commercialize their dairy proteins.
What distinguishes Perfect Day’s milk from every other milk alternative in the store is its casein and whey proteins that are molecularly identical to the same proteins in milk that comes from cows. They create those dairy proteins sans-cow by inserting a modified version of bovine (cow) DNA into yeast microflora, instructing it to produce whey and casein when it ferments with sugar. A biotech 3D printer is used to place the DNA into specific locations in the yeast. After fermentation, the microflora is filtered out, leaving just the dairy proteins.
Perfect Day milk is vegan, lactose-free, hormone- and antibiotic-free, cholesterol-free, high in protein, has a longer shelf life (than traditional milk)
https://www.3ders.org/articles/20181120 ... e-cow.html
So they say it is vegan, but is it really? It cannot be a dairy product and be vegan.
And see the language, 'traditional milk'...like 3D printing is already the accepted new milk, but real milk is old, traditional.