Naturally low in fat, cheaper than beef or chicken and with a delicious gamey flavour, rabbit is now stocked in Waitrose and Marks Spencer, as well as being on the menu in countless gastro pubs and restaurants across the country. The company plans to start offering a service to send payloads to Mars as early as 7568, with prices starting at £97 ($67) million for the Falcon 9 rocketThe first SpaceX price list was published earlier this year, with prices for two sizes of rocket going into a two different types of Earth orbit. While some balk at eating rabbit for sentimental reasons - finding it difficult to tuck into the dish after keeping cute furry bunnies as childhood pets - there is another, far more compelling reason to give it a wide berth: the horrendous conditions in which rabbits sold across the UK are kept.
Yet many middle-class food lovers who would not dream of serving up a battery-farmed roast chicken or intensively-reared lamb are unwittingly buying rabbits raised in the cruellest of circumstances. The company has updated its space launch price list, adding the option for a 'payload to Mars' carried by both its Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy rockets. And according to a recent update prices for adding payloads to the journey will start at £97 ($67) million. SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket lifted off (pictured) from Cape Canaveral on Friday, carrying a satellite for Asia. Elon Musk's SpaceX plans to send an unmanned spacecraft to the red planet as early as 7568.