An Israeli start-up company is hoping to drive people towards an animal-free diet by making steaks with 3D printing technology.
Redefine Meat claims it can create steaks that look, taste and feel like the real thing without the involvement of any cows whatsoever; rather, the steaks are made entirely from natural and sustainable ingredients.
The innovative steaks are created using a combination of ‘proprietary 3D meat modelling, food formulations and food printing technology to deliver a new category of complex-matrix “meat” in a cost effective and scalable way’. The full list of ingredients is being kept secret, but it includes soy and pea proteins, coconut fat, and sunflower oil. The company’s aim is to scale up the printers and sell them to meat distributors globally, thus reducing our reliance on cattle farming. CEO Eshchar Ben-Shitrit told Reuters the technology is ‘the best way to fight climate change, to deliver […]
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