• Soylent was originally developed as an inexpensive and convenient way to consume vaguely healthy meals (it's made up of carbohydrates, proteins, and amino acids), and it quickly gained a loyal fan base.
  • You can snag around 21 meals for $70 a month (or an $85 one-time fee), but you'll have to wait four to five months for your order. Ultimately, they aim to drive the price down to under $2 a meal.
  • While Soylent was initially hyped as an entire meal replacement, Investor Chris Dixon points out it's more an alternative to terrible fast food options.

Share This Article