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.
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.
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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