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3D Printed Animal-Free Steak To Hit Israeli Restaurants This Year

3D Printed Animal-Free Steak To Hit Israeli Restaurants This Year

Written by David

August 6, 2020

Israeli food tech Redefine Meat has announced that it will soon be testing its 3D printed animal-free “Alt-Steak” at selected upscale restaurants later this year.

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The news is a milestone for the cultivated meat industry, which is racing to reach commercialisation. Redefine Meat says that its patent-pending technology has enabled them to recreate the texture, appearance and flavour of a cut of beef steak at scale.

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Last month, Redefine Meat unveiled its Alt-Steak plant-based product, which will be tested on the market at a number of Israeli restaurants later this year, marking a world’s first. It is created using the startup’s 3D meat printing technology, which was developed alongside leading food scientists, butchers, chefs and food ingredient specialist Givaudan . Founded in 2018, the startup’s patent-pending industrial 3D printing technology digitally maps over 70 sensorial parameters into each “steak” , from recreating the texture and juiciness of a cut […]

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