3D printed plant-based food

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According to The Redefine Meat company they are able to 3D print 50 meatless “steaks” per hour. Redefine Meat produces animal-free meat with the same appearance, texture, and flavor of animal meat, from natural and sustainable ingredients.

According to Redefine Meat CEO and founder Eshchar Ben-Shitrit,¨the sector needs to look beyond innovation at a product level to develop new technologies and processes.¨

According to Dr. Annick Verween, RisingFoodStars Manager, “We’re thrilled to welcome 20 outstanding agrifood scaleups to the RisingFoodStars network. We believe these companies are the gamechangers of the future and the fact that they are on the edge of scaling internationally makes them the perfect addition to our EIT Food community. Now the fun begins, in learning to know them better, seeing where they need to progress and connecting them to partners and opportunities within and outside of the EIT Food network.”

A startup is 3D printing plant-based steaks to recreate the taste and texture of the real thing — see how they do it

Redefine Meat

One thought on “3D printed plant-based food

    Halbarbera said:
    September 11, 2020 at 10:24 pm

    Say what!?

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