Novameat: 3D printing tech to develop meat substitute products

Novameat's demo at 4YFN

Italian scientist Giuseppe Scionti has repurposed bioprinting technology used to create an artificial human ear to develop a plant-based "steak"

Barcelona-based Novameat has developed the first plant-based micro-extruded fibrous meat using 3D bioprinting technology. Although there are many meat substitute products already on the market, Novameat says its product is the first to have a texture that is akin to that of a real steak. As consumers around the world shift their food consumption habits away from meat, demand for meat substitute products is growing significantly. In the United States - where nearly eight in 10 millennials eat meat alternatives - sales of meat substitutes rose 30% in the year to April 2018. Californian...
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