Meepo MealCubes

Posted: February 15, 2022
Meepo MealCubes

Meep MealCubes see SquarEat's Food Block Meals, and raise them...gummies. Another quick, dirty, and preternaturally preservable way to get your daily nutrients, Meepo MealCubes pack their protein, carbs, fat, vitamins, and minerals into 1" gummy-style cubes you can pop by the handful.

But you'll probably eat them gingerly, one at a time, because consuming a whole meal of "the specific amino acid profile" of 4 ounces of salmon, a sweet potato, half an avocado, and 2 cups of kale in the form of giggly-jelly MealCubes is gonna be weeeiiirrrd.

That said, Meepo MealCubes are portable, easy to transport, distribute, and store, and will presumably cost a lot less than the foods whose nutritional value they replicate. And Meepo isn't in the meal game for novelty food purposes or to bring tech bros one step closer to living in the metaverse. The company has a pretty noble mission: "to revolutionize nutrition by making it accessible, affordable and personalized - enriching every global citizen, no matter where they are born, in order to properly feed their bodies and minds."

Meepo MealCubes are fully customizable, and can be "cooked" with any mix and ratio of nutrients a client needs. So if, for example, a particular vitamin is lacking in the diets of a group of people or part of the world, or if the US military, or NASA, needs a supply of fast and easy meals with well-rounded macros and micros, Meepo can develop MealCubes to meet those specifications.

And for all you living a keto, paleo, Whole30, or whatever other eating lifestyle, Meepo says they can gummy up some MealCubes for you too.

MealCubes come in resealable bags filled with a dozen or so cubes. The aforementioned "salmon dinner" in gelatinous Meepo form contains 420 calories, 28 grams of fat, 25 grams of protein, and 23 grams of carbohydrates (5 of which are fiber, and 2 sugar.)

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