3D-printed steaks could help save the world

Climate Economy

3D-printed steaks could help save the world

A convincing steak remains the white whale of the alternative meat industry. But startup Redefine Meat believes it can print one.  The problem with alternative meat, one of the food industry’s fastest growing sectors, isn’t the burgers and breakfast sausages. Making ground beef is easy. Trying to replicate a steak — its fibrous texture, delicate marbling, and rich, meaty taste — is where the greatest challenge lies.  As other companies struggle to concoct convincing imitations of ribs, brisket, and sirloin, Israeli entrepreneur Eshchar Ben-Shitrit believes you can simply print them…

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