Steakholder Foods, formerly MeaTech 3D, is making technological advances and planning a unique strategy in an industry with enormous growth potential
For years now, investors and consumers alike have been eager to jump at the chance to embrace innovative and sustainable alternatives to conventional meat, reflecting a growing awareness of the cruelty of animal husbandry and factory farming’s heavy carbon footprint.
In most new and innovative industries, leaders emerge to push the envelope. In the cultured meat sector, most players are not addressing what appears to be the sector’s key challenge: bridging the gap between technology and infrastructure. One company, Steakholder Foods, formerly MeaTech, is rolling out a proven 3D bio-printing technology that will enable the scaled, uniform production of cultured meat that, according to them, will be delicious and nutritious, rivaling and even often potentially exceeding the quality of conventional meat.