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What We Know About Why Soylent Products Are Making People Ill

On Thursday evening, food replacement startup Soylent halted sales of its Soylent 1.6 powder amidst reports that it was making customers ill. Two weeks prior, the company paused sales of its latest product, the Food Bar, after Gizmodo reported that several customers had experienced nausea, vomiting, “uncontrollable diarrhoea,” and severe dehydration after consuming the bars. Some customers were admitted to A&E due to their symptoms. Read More >>