You grab hold of your dream of making the consumption of human flesh more palatable to the public market. Consumers intuitively identify with your zeal and fervour but early in the development of your business model it becomes apparent that difficult choices must be made about how to obtain the precursor materials for your product.

Suppliers discover a range of sources as the addictions and excesses of politicians, actors and everyday people lead them to the conclusion that sacrificing a digit or a strip of thigh (sometimes a whole limb!) is the most expedient method of acquiring cold, hard currency. As with the organ trade...grinding poverty is a powerful motivator for some vendors.

Should your product pitch to the stakeholders and financiers of your venture focus on the potential of a homeopathic approach, appeal to the new technology of cloning or aim for an elite market of pure protein?