Israeli food-tech firm SavorEat has launched a personalized 3D printing system for their vegan burger patties.

They are one of the first companies to use a 3D printing system for food to cook immediately after, as most vegan meats are made ahead and frozen to be cooked later.

The patties are made primarily from a combination of potato, chickpea, and pea protein. The printing method allows each customer to get a personalized vegan burger patty with however much fat and protein they want.

SavorEat has already released whole cuts of vegan meat into European restaurants and has big plans to expand to the US.

Racheli Vizman, SavorEat’s chief executive, said, “There is a growing segment of people called ‘flexitarian’, people that are actively trying to look for meat alternatives to reduce their meat consumption.”

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 for themselves.

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