Food 3D Printing

Steakholder Foods launches beef steak 3D printing ‘ink’

SH Beef Steak Ink is formulated for use with the company’s fusion printing technology

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Steakholder Foods Ltd., an international deep-tech food company has unveiled SH Beef Steak Ink, an innovation designed to revolutionize the future of sustainable 3D printed meat production. Formulated for use with the company’s fusion printer technology, this groundbreaking ink hopes to take cultivated meat to remarkable levels of realism and culinary versatility.

Steakholder Foods launches beef steak 3D printing 'ink'. SH Beef Steak Ink is formulated for use with the company’s fusion printer technology The key highlights of SH Beef Steak Ink include remarkable realism (Beef Steak Ink has been meticulously crafted to mimic the fibrous texture, appearance, and taste of a premium beef steak, providing an authentic experience), culinary versatility (this ink opens an exciting range of possibilities for chefs, food producers, and culinary aficionados, allowing for customized cuts of meat tailored to individual preferences), flavor enhancement (the ink’s unique formulation accentuates the natural flavors of the cultivated meat – providing a gastronomic experience that rivals traditional meat), wide compatibility (designed for use with Steakholder Foods’ fusion printer, Steakholder Foods envisages Beef Steak Ink as an industry standard, accessible to a broad range of businesses in the cultivated meat sector), ethical and humane (SH Beef Steak Ink advances Steakholder Foods’ mission of ethical and humane meat production by eliminating the need for animal slaughter).

The launch of SH Beef Steak Ink is a stepping stone in the company’s journey to diversify the world’s food portfolio. Building on the success of SH Fish Ink, this addition further expands Steakholder Food’s lines of specialized inks. Looking ahead, Steakholder Foods plans to broaden its offerings with a range of inks that will replicate a variety of species – with a view to contributing to global food security while pleasing palates around the world.

“Our mastery in 3D printing technologies extends beyond our existing fish and new beef inks, to a rich tapestry of species, offering a sustainable and ethical answer to global food security challenges. With our plant-based SH Inks as the canvas and cultivated cells as the brush strokes, we’re not just recreating meat and fish with our 3D printing technology; we’re revolutionizing the future of food, one print at a time,” said Itamar Atzmony, Chief Engineering Officer at Steakholder Foods.

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