Israeli firm Steakholder Foods say they’ve 3D bio-printed ready-to-cook cultivated grouper.
They boast the taste and texture is the same as traditionally caught fish, but does not harm the environment.
The “deep tech food company” believe the innovation will introduce sustainable solutions that increase food security.
The product was achieved using grouper fish cells from partner company Umami Meats, which are used in customised bio-inks.
Steakholder then worked on optimising the taste and texture of its printed grouper, towards finalising a prototype.
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