Israeli Start-Up Brings 3D-Printed Meat Alternatives to Europe
Israeli start-up Redefine Meat is venturing into Europe as interest in new plant-based innovations takes off. As indicated by reports, the corporation intends to arrive at a large number of cafés and restaurants by the end of next year with its 3D-printed vegan meat products.
Announced this week the corporation has extended tasks in Germany, the Netherlands, and the UK, Reuters reports.
Israel’s Redefine Meat
Here, whole cuts of alternative meat will be available by the end of next year. And that’s because they’re a “money-maker,” and “the reason we have meat,” CEO Eshchar Ben-Shitrit told the outlet.
He added: “We’re scaling up the capacity. Every batch that we make is five times larger than the previous batch. So we’re changing … the machines, the flow and we’re also changing the product attributes.”
Redefine Meat is most popular for its 3D-printed vegan steaks and burgers that come in full circle layers of plant-based fixings from soy, coconut, and barley.
Every item permits “vegans and meat lovers to enjoy great meat-eating experiences without compromising on taste, health, and sustainability,” the company claims.
Since carrying out in 150 restaurants across Israel, the arrangement is to arrive at more customers around the world.