We’ve the article, “Software to Swallow—Impossible Foods Should Be Called Impossible Patents,” to his YouTube followers. Baker agreed with the author’s premise:
“Impossible Foods should really be called Impossible Patents. It’s not food; it’s software, intellectual property—14 patents, in fact, in each bite of Impossible Burger with over 100 additional patents pending for animal proxies from chicken to fish.”
Then Baker followed up with his take on corporate consolidation in the industrial meat industry, and the lack of enforcement of antitrust laws that allow Big Meat companies to unfairly dominate the market—a timely topic, as Pilgrim’s Pride this week for price fixing.