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Steakholder Foods launches new 3D printed plant-based foods

Steakholder Foods launches SHMeat and SHFish blends with advanced 3D food printing technologies after a highly respected reviewer approved the ingredients in SHMeat and SHFish blends for the US market.

A recent report confirms that all ingredients used in Steakholder Foods’ SHMeat and SHFish blends are approved in the US. Each ingredient has been carefully selected to meet food safety regulations and has achieved Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) status.

This SHMeat Beef Steak Blend and SHFish White Fish Blend are designed to mimic the taste and texture of traditional meat and fish and offer an environmentally friendly alternative.

Steakholder Foods thus offers a wide range of blends, including SHMeat Beef Asado, SHMeat Beef Tenderloin, SHMeat Beef Flank, SHMeat Chicken Fillet and SHFish Salmon. Each blend is carefully developed to ensure the highest quality and taste.

Depending on the texture, a different 3D printing technology is used. For fish and seafood, the company uses Drop Location in Space (DLS), while Fused Paste Layering (FPL) is used for meat production. These machines are designed for use in traditional food factories and comply with the food safety standards of the European Hygienic Engineering & Design Group (EHEDG).

Arik Kaufman, CEO of Steakholder Foods, said: “As we introduce our SHMeat and SHFish blends to the U.S. market, we stand at the cusp of a new era in food technology. Our advanced 3D printing technologies are not just a testament to innovation but also a commitment to sustainability and health. These products represent our dedication to providing consumers with food options that are not only delicious but also responsible choices for our planet. We believe that our entry into the U.S. market is a significant step towards a future where the food we eat contributes to a healthier society and a more sustainable world.”

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