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3D-Printed Seafood for Singapore

Israel’s MeaTech 3D (see here previously) has partnered Singapore’s Umami Meats to develop 3D-printed cultured structured seafood. Meatech believes it will lead to new markets throughout Asia and worldwide while solving the challenge of diminishing ocean food sources. https://www.israelhayom.com/2022/07/13/slaughter-free-steak-meats-cultured-seafood-in-singapore/

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The largest cultivated steak to date

Israel’s MeaTech 3D (see here previously) has successfully bio-printed the largest cultivated steak to date, producing a 3.67 oz (104-gram) product made with real muscle and fat cells. https://www.timesofisrael.com/food-tech-startup-meatech-unveils-largest-cultivated-steak-to-date/ https://meatech3d.com/3-67oz-achievement/

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Investment in Israeli startups:

Trigo raised $60 million; Superpedestrian raised $60 million; Toka raised $25 million; Azure Opthalmics raised $20 million; Evogene raised $12 million; BlazePod raised $8.5 million; MeaTech 3D raised $7 million;

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Printed meat

Israel’s MeaTech 3D is developing a unique, proprietary 3D bioprinter for printing slaughter-free cultured meat. https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/meat-tech-announces-further-advancement-of-3d-printing-technology-for-food-products-by-bioprinting-cultured-beef-fat-structure-301181563.html https://meatech3d.com/

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A slice of printed meat

Israel’s MeaTech 3D (reported here previously) has reached a milestone in its “Project Carpaccio” to bio-print real meat using stem cells, but without harming animals, causing pollution etc.. It successfully 3D-printed a thin layer of meat and is now on … Continue reading

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More meatless meat

Israeli startup MeaTech 3D is developing technology for bioprinting meat using stem cells. It expects to achieve a viable prototype within a year. Meanwhile, MeaTech 3D has merged with Israel’s Ophectra Real Estate & Investments. https://www.calcalistech.com/ctech/articles/0,7340,L-3771407,00.html

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