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Food Engineering: Steakholder Foods Launches Ink to 3D Print Beef Steaks

Steakholder Foods Launches Ink to 3D Print Beef Steaks

Steakholder Foods has launched SH Beef Steak Ink, a stepping stone in the company's journey to diversify the world's food portfolio. Building on the success of SH Fish Ink, this addition expands Steakholder Food's lines of specialized inks. Formulated for use with the company's fusion printer technology, this ink hopes to take cultivated meat to levels of realism and culinary versatility.

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New York Post: Does 3D-printed ‘salmon’ taste like the real thing? Supermarket shoppers in one country are about to find out

Does 3D-printed ‘salmon’ taste like the real thing? Supermarket shoppers in one country are about to find out 

The world’s first 3D-printed vegan salmon is currently swimming off the shelves in Austrian supermarkets — and its creator has high hopes for the futuristic filets. With the milestone of industrial-scale 3D food printing, we are entering a creative food revolution, an era where food is being crafted according to the customer needs 

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Food Ingredients First: “Paradigm shift”: Steakholder Foods’ immortal bovine cell lines patent to boost scale of cultivated meat

“Paradigm shift”: Steakholder Foods’ immortal bovine cell lines patent to boost scale of cultivated meat 

Steakholder Foods filed a provisional patent application for its novel technology, an “Immortal Bovine Cell Line.” The development will enable mass production of ethically cultured meat products and pave the way for mass commercialization, helping food innovators overcome scalability challenges and reduce the ecological impact of animal agriculture while improving nutritional options.

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Green Queen: Steakholder Foods Inks Landmark Agreement for Bio-Printing Technology in the Gulf

Steakholder Foods Inks Landmark Agreement for Bio-Printing Technology in the Gulf

Steakholder Foods has announced a strategic partnership with an accredited governmental body based in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) in the first of its kind multi-million-dollar collaboration. In the company's first major deal, this income stream represents one of the first substantial income agreements for a company in the cultivated meat industry.

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Just Food Magazine: Israel’s Steakholder Foods enters 3D printed fish pilot with GCC country

Israel’s Steakholder Foods enters 3D printed fish pilot with GCC country

Steakholder Foods has struck a deal with unnamed member of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) to launch a pilot plant for 3D-printed “hybrid-fish products.” 

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Green Matters: Dinner's Ready! Steakholder Foods Is Behind the First 3D-Printed Cultivated Fish

Dinner's Ready! Steakholder Foods Is Behind the First 3D-Printed Cultivated Fish

Steakholder Foods has successfully created 3D-printed meat that is as good to eat as the real thing. Like the Replicator on Star Trek, that enabled the crew of the Starship Enterprise to make dinner out of thin air, the concept seems like science fiction, however the technology is becoming a reality.

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Daily Mail: Cod and chips could soon be off the menu! Scientists say we should ditch white flaky fish in favour of herring and mackerel from UK waters

Cod and chips could soon be off the menu! Scientists say we should ditch white flaky fish in favour of herring and mackerel from UK waters

In the face of climate change and global overfishing, it's time to change our seafood eating habits to more sustainable varieties of fish. The research comes shortly after scientists from Steakholder Foods dished up the world's first 3D-printed lab-grown fish , claiming it flakes and 'melts in your mouth' just like the real deal.

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BBC: 3D printed food: Would you try it?

3D printed food: Would you try it?

Lab-grown alternatives to meat, like beef and chicken, have been highlighted as a possible way to tackle the environmental impact some of the foods we eat have on the planet. A brand new type of fish could one day find itself on restaurant menus, one that's made using a 3D printer.

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Business Insider: Fish fillets' from a 3-D printer could be hitting a plate near you. Would you eat one?

Fish fillets' from a 3-D printer could be hitting a plate near you. Would you eat one?

As the food technology industry makes strides in developing alternative nutrition sources, it's unveiling its latest invention — 3D printed fish fillets.

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Reuters TV: Dished up by 3D printers, a new kind of fish to fry

Dished up by 3D printers, a new kind of fish to fry

Steakholder Foods has 3D printed the first ever ready-to-cook fish fillet using animal cells cultivated and grown in a laboratory. The company has now partnered with Singapore-based Umami Meats to make fish fillets without the need to stalk dwindling fish populations.

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New York Post: Fish filet created via 3D printer may be hitting market in the near future

Fish filet created via 3D printer may be hitting market in the near future 

Steakholder Foods has created the first ever 3D bio-printed cultivated fish, which is ready to cook upon printing.. The grouper tastes just like real fish and will not harm the environment. 

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CNN: Your next real steak could come from a 3D printer

Your next real steak could come from a 3D printer

CNN video series features Steakholder Foods cultivated meat technology.

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CNET: We Tried Cultivated Meat, and It's Tasty

We Tried Cultivated Meat, and It's Tasty

CNET Zero host Sophia Fox-Sowell attended Steakholder Foods first U.S. tasting event in San Francisco.

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Forbes: Steakholder Foods Machine Prints Cultivated Fish That You Can Eat

Steakholder Foods Machine Prints Cultivated Fish That You Can Eat

Steakholder and Umami are using a $1 million grant from the Singapore Israel Industrial R&D Foundation to scale up a process for producing cultivated fish products, starting with eel and grouper. Also known as cultured meat, this is made from animal cells rather than slaughtered animals.

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3D Print: Steakholder Foods Gets $1M Grant to Bioprint Cultured Eel

Steakholder Foods Gets $1M Grant to Bioprint Cultured Eel

Steakholder Foods has received $1 million grant from the Singapore Israel Industrial R&D Foundation (SIIRD),  to develop 3D printed structured eel and grouper products with Singaporean cultivated seafood startup Umami Meats.

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Entrepreneur: This Deep Tech Firm Is Positioned To Lead the Cultivated Meat Manufacturing Revolution

This Deep Tech Firm Is Positioned To Lead the Cultivated Meat Manufacturing Revolution 

At a time when many of its peers are still at the development stage of cultivated meat technologies, Steakholder Foods is well-positioned to emerge as a pioneer in transforming the global food industry.

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3D Print Media Network: Steakholder Foods develops temperature-controlled print bed

Steakholder Foods develops temperature-controlled print bed

After an initial boom driving investor enthusiasm, many food tech companies are now having to face the challenges of cost-effectively scaling their production capabilities both in terms of material manufacturing and manufacturing process. Steakholder Foods developed a temperature-controlled print bed for its industrial-scale printer. This is another significant step forward on the company’s path toward mass production of cultivated meat using 3D printing technology.

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VegNews: I’m Vegan, But This Ashton Kutcher-Backed Cultivated Meat Made Me Think Twice

I’m Vegan, But This Ashton Kutcher-Backed Cultivated Meat Made Me Think Twice

Steakholder Foods' tasting event in San Francisco brought out vegans curious to taste cultivated meat. So how does cultivated meat fit into the vegan lifestyle, given that it is technically not even vegetarian? It has to do with the definition of veganism itself that tasks vegans to choose a path of as little harm as possible. 

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TIME: How Israel Became the Global Center For Alternative Meat Tech

How Israel Became the Global Center For Alternative Meat Tech

Steakholder Foods joins the conversation in TIME about Israeli innovation in the food tech industry with its lab-grown meat companies. 

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San Francisco Examiner: This company is 3D printing meat. Is it sustainable?

This company is 3D printing meat. Is it sustainable?

Steakholder Foods finally answered the question we've all had about 3D printing: Yes, you can print a burger. The Examiner attended the company's recent tasting event in San Francisco and had an opportunity to sample cultured meat for themselves.

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The Fish Site: Steakholder files printed fish patent

Steakholder files printed fish patent

Steakholder Foods filed a provisional patent application to achieve the characteristic tender flakiness of cooked fish. The company believes that cultivated fish has the potential to help reduce anticipated supply-side shortages due to climate change, overfishing and ever increasing consumer demand.

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Meat + Poultry: Steakholder Foods holds first tasting event in United States

Steakholder Foods holds first tasting event in United States

Steakholder Foods hosted its first tasting event in the United States. The event provided the opportunity for guests to 3D print personalized steaks, and sample cultured meat canapés, such as beef steamed buns, grilled beef kababs and Thai spicy beef lettuce wraps.

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Jewish Business News: Israel’s Steakholder Foods Files New ‘Fat’ Patent

Israel’s Steakholder Foods Files New ‘Fat’ Patent

Steakholder filed a provisional patent application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for fat differentiation. The patent includes a new and improved process for differentiating stem cells into fat which is more easily reproducible and cost-effective.

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Quality Assurance Magazine: Steakholder Foods Begins Bovine Cell Line Development Activity in the United States Using USDA-Approved Cattle

Steakholder Foods Begins Bovine Cell Line Development Activity in the United States Using USDA-Approved Cattle

Steakholder is developing a bovine cell line in the United States, isolating cells sourced from live cattle raised on a farm approved by the USDA, moving the company forward on its path toward regulation.

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Future Food Finance: Episode 13: Steakholder Foods’ Secret Sauce

Episode 13: Steakholder Foods’ Secret Sauce

Steakholder Foods CEO Arik Kaufman is interviewed on the Future Food Finance Podcast and talks cultured meat, the technological challenges that have been overcome and the obstacles that still need addressing.

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New Atlas: Lab-grown Wagyu beef morsels could be coming to a meat market near you

Lab-grown Wagyu beef morsels could be coming to a meat market near you

Although Wagyu beef is renowned for its richly marbled taste and texture, it does still come from slaughtered cattle. Steakholder Foods is developing an alternative in the form of its 3D-printed Omakase Beef Morsels. Made from a blend of lab-grown beef muscle and fat cells, their technology enables them to adjust the thickness, patterns marbling and nutritional content of the morsels according to consumer preference.

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Food Engineering: Steakholder Foods announces Highly Marbled 3D-Printed 100% Cultured Beef Cut

Steakholder Foods announces Highly Marbled 3D-Printed 100% Cultured Beef Cut

Steakholder Foods introduced Omakase Beef Morsels, a richly marbled structured meat product developed using a unique 3D-printing process. This technological achievement follows a series of ongoing advancements in the company's development of printed whole cuts of meat, which will likely position Steakholder Foods on the frontline of the market once cultured meat reaches regulatory approval.