The title is essentially the conversation I’m hoping to have here. One of the initial pitches of the entire idea behind Soylent wasn’t merely to have a nutritionally balanced product, but to drop the price to the point that it could be considered the “default” food made both sustainable and accessible.
The price point suggests that it’s still a ways off from meeting that goal. This isn’t the food of the (healthy) poor yet, even where it is readily available. Does anyone on the @Soylent team have any updates or insight on future plans and predictions regarding this? This is all said well aware of the fact that even establishing basic global distribution is still a situation.