Helmut Kaiser, a consultancy based in Germany, has bravely published a study on Nanotechnology in Food and Food Processing Industry Worldwide 2003-2006-2010-2015: "Tomorrow we will design food by shaping molecules and atoms…Molecular technologies are disruptive technologies and change the conventional production faster than most scientists expect. It can make the products cheaper, the production more efficient, more safe and more sustainable using less water and chemicals. Producing less waste and using less energy. The impact for the food industry will be a change of 40 to 60 percent by 2015. The change is dramatic, the potentials are immense and the risks too." The report costs 6900 euros, and we'll be happy to review it if they'll send us a free copy.