SavorEat introduces new plant-based 3D Printed Pork and Turkey Burgers

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SavorEat introduced new 3D printed plant-based pork and turkey burgers
Above: SavorEat introduced new 3D printed plant-based pork and turkey burgers/Source: SavorEat

SavorEat, an Israeli food-tech company, has created plant-based 3D printed pork and turkey burgers. SavorEat’s existing plant-based hamburger patties will be joined by the new breakfast patties.

The burgers are printed using 3D printing technology by SavorEat. The plant-based ingredients are loaded into cartridges, where they are combined with a unique plant-based cellulose fibre that binds the ingredients together, resulting in a meat-like texture.

SavorEat’s Robot Chef for 3D Printed Pork Burgers

SavorEat's Robot Chef to 3D print meat
Above: SavorEat’s Robot Chef to 3D print meat/Source: SavorEat

SavorEat’s meat alternatives are customizable and created by a “robot chef,” who employs artificial intelligence and machine learning to create burgers tailored to diners’ preferences. Using SavorEat’s specially developed web application, users can select their cooking preferences as well as desired protein and fat content.

After that, the robot chef can produce one patty every two minutes. This method significantly reduces food waste because it only produces what is required.

“We’re passionate about offsetting carbon emissions and reducing waste. That is why we created a product that can do both. By expanding into other plant-based meats, we aim to provide greater variety and customisation, to empower the planet to eat differently, with more healthy and sustainable options to reduce ecological impact.”

– Rachel Vizman, CEO and co-founder of SavorEat

SavorEat announced last year that it would be launching its 3D printed burgers in the United States through a partnership with catering company Sodexo. SavorEat’s burgers will be available at American colleges as part of the collaboration.

SavorEat went public on the Tel Aviv stock exchange in late 2020, raising $13 million and receiving a valuation of $51.2 million. Earlier that year, the company raised $4.75 million in a funding round.

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