Josh Scherer looks at tech innovator Mike Lee’s futuristic grocery store:
“The hypermodern food hub, whose online store will open in the spring, won’t be offering up any Jetsonian food robots or particle rearrangers. Instead, Lee wants the store to focus on real, long-term solutions to the problems that are likely to affect how we grow, cook, and eat food in the coming decades.
“‘Our point is to say, ‘What are the things that could change the world in 50 years?’ and then think about what it means for the things you’re eating from the supermarket.'”