Participants tasted hybrid products based on plant protein combined with cultured chicken fat biomass developed by MeaTech’s wholly owned Belgian subsidiary
Rehovot, Israel, March 29, 2022 ― MeaTech 3D (Nasdaq: MITC), an international deep-tech company at the forefront of the cultured meat revolution, today announced a first-of-its-kind tasting event with its Israeli anchor investors, including prominent food industry investors Rami Levy Group, the Pozilov family, and Eli Nidam. Other attendees included Stella Weinstein, Secretary General of Yamina (the party leading Israel’s governing coalition), an ardent supporter of the Israeli food-tech industry, and representatives from the Manufacturers’ Association of Food Industries in Israel.
The event took place at MeaTech’s new offices, located in the Rehovot Science Park, the hub of Israeli food tech. Guests toured the labs and R&D facilities, observed the company’s 3D printing capabilities, and tasted hybrid chicken nuggets made with plant protein and cultured chicken fat biomass developed by MeaTech’s wholly owned Belgium-based subsidiary.
Arik Kaufman, CEO of MeaTech, said: “We believe that plant-based hybrid products combined with cultured fat represents the next generation in meat substitutes. The use of cultured fat offers a meatier taste and mouth feel that is closer to conventional meat products. As part of MeaTech’s market entry strategy, we are moving ahead with the establishment of a new pilot plant and R&D facility in Belgium that will advance our R&D and technology capabilities in the production of cultured chicken fat biomass and help accelerate the entry of our products into global markets.”
Yaron Kaiser, Chairman of the Board of MeaTech, said: “We are happy to host this first of many tasting events at our new headquarters where we can share our unique development capabilities. This event is aimed at offering our investors a taste of our strategic approach as we become a market leader in the cultured meat revolution.”
About MeaTech 3D
MeaTech is an international deep-tech food company at the forefront of the cultured meat revolution. The company initiated activities in 2019 and is listed on the Nasdaq Capital Market under the ticker “MITC”. MeaTech maintains facilities in Rehovot, Israel and Antwerp, Belgium and is in the process of expanding activities to California, USA. The company believes cultivated meat technologies hold significant potential to improve meat production, simplify the meat supply chain, and offer consumers a range of new product offerings.
MeaTech aims to provide an alternative to industrialized animal farming that dramatically reduces carbon footprint, minimizes water and land usage, and prevents the slaughtering of animals. By adopting a modular factory design, MeaTech will be able to offer a sustainable solution for producing a variety of beef, chicken and pork products, both as raw materials and whole cuts. The company will also provide meat manufacturers and retail businesses with production equipment.
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