13 SEPTEMBER 2020
Redefining Food Industry with 3D Printed Meat
RedefineMeat unveiled the world's first Alt-SteakTMplant-based products. Made with the 3D printing technology specifically for meat, the company's Alt-Steak products "have the texture, flavor and appearance of beef steak", but is plant-based.
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Redefine Meat’s Alt-Steak products will be put to the test at a limited number of leading chef restaurants later this year. Incorporating feedback from high-level chefs and butchers, the company will then ramp up production of its 3D meat printers and alt-meat formulations ahead of market distribution in 2021.
“The importance of using precision 3D printing technology to achieve texture, color and flavor—and the combinations between them—cannot be overstated.” says Ben-Shitrit, “By using separate formulations for muscle, fat and blood,we can focus on each individual aspect of creating the perfect Alt-Steak product. This is unique to our 3Dprinting technology and lets us achieve unprecedented control of what happens inside the matrix of alt-meat. Collaborating with an industry-leader like Givaudan has led to the creation of an Alt-Steak product that is not only healthy and sustainable, but also offers the satisfying flavors, textures and aromas of eating actual meat.”
Redefine Meat is all set to bring about a technological revolution in the food industry with their sustainable and innovative production of crave-able animal-free meat using proprietary industrial 3D printers.
Read more about them on their website.