This Israeli startup, SavorEat, has developed and launched fully customizable 3D-printed plant-based pork and turkey burgers. The food tech company’s new breakfast patties will join their existing plant-based hamburger patties.
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SavorEat’s meat alternatives are created by a “robot chef” which uses AI and machine learning to produce burgers customizable to diners’ preferences. Through the system, users can select their cooking preference, desired protein, and far content using the company’s specially developed web application.
Vegconomist reported that robot chefs can produce one patty every two minutes. Because it only produces the quantity that is needed, the food waste is significantly reduced.
Through a partnership with catering company Sodexo, SavorEat’s burgers will be available at American colleges.
“We’re passionate about offsetting carbon emissions and reducing waste. That is why we created a product that can do both,” said Rachel Vizman, CEO and co-founder of SavorEat. “By expanding into other plant-based meats, we aim to provide greater variety and customization, to empower the planet to eat differently, with more healthy and sustainable options to reduce ecological impact.”
This new technology is a unique innovation to the plant-based meat market, making plant-based meat alternatives even more exciting. Hopefully, this new technology will encourage those who aren’t vegan to give this realistic substitute a try.
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