Steakholder Meals Ltd. (Nasdaq: STKH), a pacesetter in cultivated meat and 3D bioprinting know-how, is worked up to announce that it has additional expanded its 3D printing capabilities with the world’s first plant-based, 3D printed shrimps, a brand new 3D printed seafood analogue expertly designed to imitate the genuine texture and taste of typical shrimps.
The shrimps have been precision-printed on Steakholder Meals’ proprietary DropJet printer, designed for fish and seafood printing, utilizing shrimp-flavored ink developed by Steakholder Meals’ meals know-how crew. It’s the newest addition to the Firm’s portfolio of printed seafood merchandise to be supplied to potential prospects, on a plant (analog) or doubtlessly hybrid (mixture plant and cultivated) foundation, as economies of scale develop to allow price-competitive cell growth.
The shrimp market is value greater than USD 60 billion and is projected to proceed rising considerably over the approaching decade. With 7.6 million tons of shrimp harvested in 2023, Steakholder Meals’ heavy-duty manufacturing printing resolution goals to supply companions and prospects with the means to satisfy rising demand by way of high-volume, environment friendly, and sustainable manufacturing, providing a sensible and environmentally-friendly different to conventional shrimp farming.
Arik Kaufman, CEO of Steakholder Meals, mentioned: “By unveiling a second new species of plant-based, 3D-printed seafood this month, we anticipate to place Steakholder Meals to promote and ship its first DropJet printer in 2024, providing companions and prospects a novel alternative to learn from the increasing international seafood market, whereas making the correct of affect on the atmosphere.”