Redefine Meat launched their 3D printed alt-meat products in several European companies.
Redefine Meat announced the availability of five specific alt-meat products at locations across Israel.
There’s a rush to produce alt-meat, and it could be that 3D printing techniques could dominate the scene.
Redefine Meat has scored a whopper of an investment with a new Series A round.
Redefine Meat has landed a major distribution deal for their lifelike 3D printed “alt-meat” products.
After my discussion with Redefine Meat’s Daniel Dikovsky, I had some further thoughts about what their technology could mean.
I spoke at length with Redefine Meat’s Head of Technology & Innovation, Daniel Dikovsky, to find out how they are able to 3D print steaks.
A company hopes to begin mass production of 3D printed meat.
Charles Goulding and Greer Veon examine the possibility of 3D printed steaks.
3D printing is redefining manufacturing; why not also redefine meat? That’s exactly what a young Israel-based company, aptly called Redefine Meat, proposes to do — and they’ve just pulled in a $6 million investment to do so.